CONTEST CATEGORIES FOR THE CURRENT WPJA WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST
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CATEGORIES - WPJA 2014 Q2 Photography Contest



01. Getting Ready
Entries which spontaneously capture the prepping, grooming, arranging, outfitting, and anticipation before the ceremony.

02. Ceremony
Captured moments of those who participate in the wedding (guests, family, and bridal party) during the processional, ceremony, and recessional.

03. Reception
“Reception" photographs document festivities from the cocktail hour through the last dance and departure.

04. Shoe Details
Entries that depict shots of shoes, either set-up and controlled by the photographer or as they were found.

05. Kids (being kids)
"Kids" entries capture babies, children, and youth doing what they do best!

06. Transportation
“Transportation” images include brides in limos or carriages, bridal parties en route to the ceremony or reception, trolley rides, antique cars, buses and other transporting themes.

07. Cake Cutting
These images should demonstrate the photographer's ability to anticipate a moment and/or look beyond the ordinary 'Cake Cutting' images that many would come to expect from a wedding.

08. Creative Portrait
“Creative Portrait” employs a fresh and artistic approach to portraiture in capturing the bride, groom, bridal party, family, friends, children and/or any other posed wedding party member. Candid moments are not eligible for this category.
NOTE: Though this category may resemble traditional portraiture for some, the key here is to be creative with your subjects.