Why hire an accredited photographer?

We’ve got some reassuring news to share with you.  At DRPV we’re always seeking pathways to deliver cutting edge photo quality to ensure our clients realise their business goals in the most effective manner possible. And part of our commitment to professionalism in the industry is ensuring we have accreditation by the relevant bodies that represent us. We’re proud to say, that Duane Robinson, our Creative Director – Photography & Video Production is an accredited photographer, formally approved by the AIPP (and has been for a few years now).

For those of you who don’t know, AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photography) provides a membership pathway for professionals to acquire an industry-approved accreditation in photography.

Here’s why you should hire an accredited photographer…

accredited photographer

  1. You’re working with a professional whose credibility has been formally validated by the only recognised professional imaging membership body in Australia
  2. You’re working with someone you can thoroughly trust with all your projects
  3. DRPV will work in adherence with AIPP’s level of service and quality, ensuring superior results for you, our clients.
  4. As part of our accreditation we commit to continued growth, in terms of knowledge and skill-sets through workshops and industry education.

Also, if you’re looking for a professional accredited photographer in the future, be sure to look out for the AIPP logos.

While creativity should allow people to work without restriction and barriers, accreditations like these work brilliantly to set standards and a heightened sense of accountability among professionals.

Being an accredited photographer you can also find Duane on the AIPP website.

Now, if you’re looking for the right guys to discuss your next photography project with, you’ve come to the right place. Write in to duane@twostory.com.au and we’ll get the conversation started.

 

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