This organization is of great benefit to its members, too. From CAPIC’s website: “CAPIC is the collective voice and advocate for professional photographers, illustrators, and digital artists in Canada. We work hard to maintain industry standards, create a community, fight for copyright protection, and much more. Our work helps all the professionals in our industry, but only members benefit fully. As a professional association, CAPIC’s mission is to promote quality and creativity, as well as good business practices.”
Just did a headshot series for my talented friend and former photography student Andrew Beg. We shot at various locations and in my studio resulting in a varied portfolio of promotional images he can use when he has an upcoming gig. If you are in the Toronto area, go hear him sing – he’s great.
Great article – makes me want to go back over my work and think about a single iconic image that was a turning point. It would have been taken with the Kodak Retina Reflex my Dad gave me. That was after my Brownie Hawkeye but before I got my first Nikon!