NAPCP’s International Image Competition is a globally acclaimed annual digital/online photography competition. The purpose of the International Image Competition is to certify and commend images from our Member Community that epitomize compelling impact, creativity and style, technical merit, and overall distinction. Critiques are available for the purpose of education and growth. Eight Best in Category Winners are featured in Inspired magazine; Placing Winners and Images of Merit from all categories are featured in the online International Image Competition Winning Galleries. Additionally, Image Competition rewards talent with medallions, priority listing in our directory, vendor endorsements, NAPCP Photographer of the Year points, press, and professional recognition.
Corinne Adams creates photography and mixed media images that evoke a world of dreams, imagination, symbols and mystery. Her work is in the permanent collections of The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Gregg Museum of Art (Raleigh, N.C.), Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson and Los Angeles (LAX) International Airports and corporate collections including King & Spalding, Western International Media, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance and Ritz-Carlton, Westin, Mandarin, Four Seasons and Omni hotels across the U.S. She is also included in the Encyclopedia of Twentieth Century Photography (2005, Routledge Press).
Corinne is co-founder of Atlanta Celebrates Photography, the city’s annual photography festival held during October. Her work has been reviewed in such media as Contemporary (international art journal), ArtPapers, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times-Free Press and Savannah (Ga.) Morning News. She is represented by Soho Myriad Inc. and Faulkner & Locke (Atlanta).
Ashley is an award-winning Atlanta-area photographer, specializing in families and children with an occasional commercial project on the side. A mom of three, her love for photography was born alongside the birth of her first child, and grew into her business, Ashley McBroom Photography, years later. She is most known for her underwater portrait work, where she loves to use color, movement, and soft light to create fine art for her clients’ walls. She mentors other underwater photographers, coaching them on everything from gear to settings to editing. Ashley was honored to be named NAPCP’s 2019 Photographer of the Year and had one of her favorite underwater images displayed in Times Square.
Anne Simone is a wedding and lifestyle photographer from Atlanta, GA, whose natural, intimate images emphasize the connectedness of family, the joy of community, and the necessity of love. Her photographs have been published worldwide and awarded by the Wedding Photojournalist Association and the Artistic Guild of the Wedding Photojournalist Association. Anne was a Top Ten graduate of Hallmark Institute of Photography, and is a contributing blogger for Huffington Post.