Dexter Photographer to be Featured in International Exhibition

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Tampa, Fla. — Photographic prints created by Betsy Finn of Betsy’s Photography Studio in Dexter, Mich. have recently been accepted into the General Collection of the 118th International Exhibition of Professional Photography. Betsy’s work will be on display at the Phoenix Convention Center, January 11-13, 2009, in Phoenix, Ariz. This exhibition is held in conjunction with Imaging USA, an annual convention of over 8,600 professional photographers.

Betsy’s entries featured wedding and portrait work for local clients, as well as a fine art photograph. The titles of the four pieces are listed below:

  • “He Gets It From His Father” (child portrait)
  • “Three vs. One” (family portrait)
  • “Something Old, Something New” (wedding)
  • “Spring Green” (fine art)

All four of Betsy’s entries were accepted into the General Collection — just 13 other photographers in Michigan were honored to have all four entries accepted. Betsy will be receiving further awards for her achievements at the opening of the exhibit (she’ll also be receiving a Photographer of the Year award!!).

He Gets It From His Father by Betsy Finn, Cr. Photog., CPP

Three vs. One by Betsy Finn, Cr. Photog., CPP

Something Old, Something New by Betsy Finn, Cr. Photog., CPP

Spring Green by Betsy Finn, Cr. Photog., CPP

Approximately 4,514 entries were submitted to Professional Photographers of America’s (PPA’s) International Print Competition, from which a panel of more than 40 eminent photographers from across the United States selected the images that would comprise the 2008 General and Loan Collections…the most prestigious awards.

Betsy’s entries will be in Phoenix alongside other photographic works from not only PPA’s print competition, but also traveling and special invitational displays. These images constitute the world’s largest annual exhibit of professional photography gathered simultaneously under one roof.

Professional Photographers of America (PPA), an international nonprofit association, exists to assist its more than 20,000 members in achieving their professional, artistic and fraternal goals; to promote public awareness of the profession; and to advance the making of images in all of its disciplines as an art, a science, and a visual recorder of history.