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The October issue of Inspired is HERE! As October comes to an end, fall sessions are in full swing, and we’re taking advantage of the changing leaves and cooler temperatures. With the holiday season quickly approaching—it’s now time to start thinking about Christmas, holiday portraits and...

The Inspired by NAPCP Print Competition & Gallery Event is an industry-wide celebrated annual print competition exclusively for professional photographers. Through each professional's unique viewpoint, and in the print medium, the Inspired by NAPCP Print Competition & Gallery Event provides artists the opportunity to share their...

The July 2019 issue of Inspired Magazine is HERE! Our feature photographer is Weslie Woodley, of Weslie Woodley Photography! Congratulations on your feature, Weslie! We love how Weslie broke the mold with her Three Tips piece. The piece is actually geared toward clients! Feel free to...

Inspiration It’s no secret that I love underwater photography, especially when it involves photographing maternity clients.  I feel that it's an incredible time in a woman’s life, and something to truly celebrate. Underwater always adds such a poetic element to any sessions and a special something...

Hello friends! After much excitement and anticipation, we are absolutely thrilled to announce the winners of our Inspired by NAPCP Gallery Event. In contrast to our annual International Image Competition, the NAPCP Inspired Gallery Event was creative in nature and gave both members and non-members the...

When I started my photography career, I was like most newbies in the industry. I was constantly looking at other artist's’ work and comparing my photos to theirs. I would try to replicate someone else’s picture and criticize myself for my post-processing flaws. It is...

As artists, having a routine creative practice is how we advance our work to the next level. One of the best ways to push yourself and the boundaries of your creativity is through personal projects. It’s one of the best ways to develop your voice...