Zenfolio Partners with the Master Photographers Association
As part of Zenfolio's ongoing commitment to providing professional and aspiring photographers with the essential tools and training to reach their goals and be successful, we are proud to announce our latest partner, the Master Photographers Association!
Established in 1952, the MPA is one of the longest standing photographic associations in British history, offering training, mentoring and a qualification program exclusively for professional wedding, portrait and commercial photographers. As internationally recognized leaders in setting the standards of professional photography, the MPA has helped develop some of today’s top professional photographers.
Much like Zenfolio, the MPA is run by photographers, for photographers, and is committed to helping develop professional photographers as well as aspiring photographers who are just starting out. The MPA firmly believes that by educating the ambitious professional, they set the standards for the future of professional photography as well as the present.
Photo credit: Johnson Wee, FMPA and Zenfolio User
With a three-tier qualification system, qualified MPA members progress from Licentiate, to Associate to Fellow, with only a handful of members each year achieving the prestigious Fellowship level. With each level, a photographer commands an added degree of respect and recognition among their peers, while assuring potential clients that they are hiring one of the very best professional photographers around.
In celebration of our new partnership, Zenfolio members can enjoy an exclusive 2 months free with the MPA! Simply use the code MPAZF16 when enrolling on the MPA website, and see what the MPA can do for you.
To learn more about becoming a Master Photographer and to redeem your free two months, visit the MPA website.
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