Toby Carter Receives a Merit Award by the British Institute of Professional Photography
Toby Carter, British Institute of Professional Photography
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There's an old adage that says first impressions make lasting impressions. Well, The British Institute of Professional Photography liked one image designed by Toby Carter so much that a merit award was given to him.
"In November 2012, I won a Merit Award for my 'Curved Walkway' image," Toby Carter of Toby Carter Photography, said in reference to the image, which can be viewed at www.bipp.com/Default.aspx?tabid=1101. "This was in the British Institute of Professional Photography South East Regional Awards 2012."
The British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP) is an internationally recognized qualifying organization with over 100 years of experience in supporting photographers. It has more than 3,200 members worldwide, covering every discipline of photography.
The core aims of BIPP are to train, qualify and support professional photographers.
Toby noted that he's honored to win the merit award, and added that Toby Carter Photography (www.tobycarter.com) aims to provide a professional photographic service for architects, interior designers, contractors and associated businesses.
Toby, who also in November 2011 passed his LBIPP, the BIPP professional award, said in an effort to stay ahead of the curve, he is launching new services aimed at the social media platform.