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WPPI members get ranked by their Honors of Excellence title.
By Jerry and Melissa Ghionis
Every year, a member’s four top-scoring entries from the First and Second Half
online competition or the annual 16x20 Print, Album and Filmmaking
competition will contribute to his or her Honors of Excellence status. No
points will be awarded for a score of 79 or lower. A score of 80-84 (Silver) will be
awarded 1 point, a score of 85-89 (Silver Distinction) will be awarded
1. 5 points, a score of 90-94 (Gold) will be awarded 2 points, a score of 95-99
(Gold Distinction) will be awarded 2. 5 points and a score of 100 (Platinum) will
be awarded 3 points toward an entrant’s Honors of Excellence title.
A Grand Award recipient will receive 5 points toward his or her Honors of
Excellence title. Members who have progressed to the next designation level and
receive a new title as a result of their 2014 entries will be acknowledged publicly
during the WPPI awards night celebration on March 5, 2014. They will also be
mentioned in the WPPI convention wrap-up issue of Rangefinder magazine
in May. For more information about the Honors of Excellence program,
visit www.wppiawards.com. If you feel that your designation is not correct, please
visit the competition website to appeal your missing points.