2020 Pictures of the Year contest entry closed

The BPPA 2020 Pictures of the Year entry period is closed. We will be announcing judges and judging dates soon.

Robert “Bob” Howard of Plainville, MA formerly of Mansfield, entered into rest on Sunday, July 19, 2020 at the age of 86.

The BPPA is very sorry to report that Bob Howard, past president and chair, as well as photographer for the Boston Herald / Record American, has passed away.  The BPPA we know today, and whatever it becomes in the future, is because of Bob.  Our hearts go out to Bob, his wife Barbara and his entire family.
-Brian Snyder, President, BPPA

COVID-19 Relief Print Sale

The BPPA and the Boston Women’s Photo League is hosting a print sale to benefit photographers during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’ve been affected, please sign up with a print for sale. If you’d like to help support photographers, browse the prints and buy something for your walls!

Financial resources and safety for photographers during COVID-19

We’ve compiled a list of financial resources and safety tips for photographers during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The situation remains fluid and info will be updated as it becomes available. We are also sending out info via our email list and social media channels.

2019 BPPA Pictures of the Year contest winners announced

2019 BPPA Photographer of the Year: John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe

The 2019 BPPA PoY contest winners have been announced. The 2019 Photographer of the Year is John Tlumacki of The Boston Globe, and Best in Show was awarded to Erin Clark of The Boston Globe.

Best in Show – Sophie Park, Boston University

2019 College Contest winners announced

The 2019 BPPA College Contest winners have been announced. Best in Show was awarded to Sophie Park of Boston University.

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