Toronto, ON - The 2017 National Image Salon of the Professional Photographers of Canada was exhibited on February 24-25, 2017 during the PPOC judging at Humber College in Toronto, Ontario.
Jeff McDonald, a professional photographer from Calgary, AB had four images accepted in the National Image Salon, including two that scored Merit designations and one that scored an Excellence. Images were judged by a panel of Craftsmen and Master photographers from across Canada. Acceptance into the salon is an indication of the makers’ ability to produce outstanding images for their clientele. It also earns the maker merits toward several designations offered to PPOC members, including the prestigious Craftsman of Photographic Arts and Master of Photographic Arts.
The competition features entries from across Canada in twenty-one different classes, including press, portrait, architecture and fashion.
Jeff’s Portrait and Figure Study entries have been selected as finalists for the Best in Class award for each category and his aggregate score also qualifies him as one of five finalists for the 2017 Canadian Portrait Photographer of the Year. The photographer of the year and best in class awards will be announced at the National Convention in Ottawa, ON on May 1st... (read more)