I am pleased to introduce my CPP Study Guide for those who are considering preparing to become a Certified Professional Photographer (CPP) through Professional Photographers of America (PPA).
The Certified Professional Photographer program from PPA assures potential clients of a photographer’s knowledge, experience and continued development of new skills and techniques. In short, Certification provides you with a tool for telling the world—and all those potential clients—why they should call you rather than a competitor down the street. Click here to learn more about PPA Certification.
This study guide addresses each of the topics covered on the CPP Test Specifications provided by PPA. It is written in easy to understand language that feels more conversational – not technical.
The guide is created in color and is filled with illustrations and images to support the process of learning the material and preparing for the test.
The book is available for immediate download in full resolution so that you can print it yourself or simply download it to your computer, iPad, tablet or smart phone.
Purchase of the book also includes a one-year Premium Membership with access to seven practice exams that can be taken online. Tests include an “overall” test featuring questions from the entire set of test specifications as well as individual tests from each of the six separate topics.
Premium Membership also includes access to a private online forum where you can ask questions and get answers directly from Steve on any topic addressed in the Test Specifications or in the book. The forum is a friendly and safe environment to ask questions and get feedback on images.
The cost for the book and the Premium Membership which includes 7 practice tests and member’s forum is only $99.
Click here to purchase “Preparing for PPA Certification“.
Steve Kozak is a “PPA Approved” instructor for Certification Prep Classes. Steve is available to teach live prep classes for your association. His recent “Cram for the Exam” class at Texas PPA’s, Photogenesis saw a 92% “pass” rate of those who sat for the test afterward, and 100% “pass” rate at a recent class in Pennsylvania.