10 Commandments to become a QEP, by Pierre Delaunay
By Pierre DelaunayHumanist and social photographer, a QEP (Qualified European Photographer) in Wedding, has two MQEP (Master Qualified European Photographer), being the first french MQEP, and a Koy Lab Ambassador.
10 Commandments to become a QEP:
- You’ll have an original idea, you’ll enroll in QEP and creativity will arise. You’ll choose 12 works, you’ll make a series and you’ll tell a tale.
- You’ll show your presentation, you’ll listen to your peers’ opinions, you’ll choose color or monochrome (but you’ll never mix the two of them) and you’ll feel in harmony.
- You’ll scrutinize the regulation, you’ll avoid mounts too thick and you’ll sublimate the finishing.
- In beautiful images you’ll be inspired, but you shall never copy them.
- You’ll avoid photos too classic and, instead, you’ll prefer a series of 12 clasic ones.
- You’ll be directed in a unique and personal style, you’ll dispose your pictures from left to right and you’ll organize a slideshow.
- You’ll provide faultless and high quality prints, you’ll look for a good printer and he will print your images as if they were meant for an exhibition.
- You’ll be asked a copyright work, you’ll be creative from A to Z and you’ll convey feelings and emotions through your images.
- You’ll be discrete in front of the jury, you’ll try to seduce them and you’ll win.
- You’ll safely ship your work, strongly believing that you’ll win a QEP and all of Europe will applaud you!