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2011: FEP European Photo Book of the Year Award 2010
First prize in the category "Nude photography books".
Pascal was awarded during the second European Congress of Professional Photography, Lyon, France, 2011
2008: Master QEP
Master Qualified European Photographer (MQEP) is Europe’s highest distinction and reserved for those who have held a QEP for at least a year. With the 4 new Master QEP’s in 2010 there are now only 28 who hold this hard-to-achieve distinction. “The Master QEP’s are virtually the best in their field”, says FEP CEO Giuseppe Scozzi “The Master QEP is all about impact and perfection”
Pascal was awarded Master QEP by Luc Peeters, President of the FEP (Federation of European Professional Photographers) and Jack Rednizky, President of the PPA (Professional Photographers of America) during the first European Congress of Professional Photography, Valencia, 2008.
2008: Orvieto Photo Book Prize - Primo premio libro d'arte - Orvieto Fotografia 2008
At the 9th Orvieto Fotografia congress, Pascal's book "Nude Photography, the Art and the Craft", published by Dorling-Kindersley in London, received the "First Prize" in the category "Art Books".
'Il nudo non è mai banale. Anche se sappiamo come sono fatti i nostri corpi non li conosciamo mai definitivamente. L'autore descrive in maniera elegante e smplice quale attenta preparazione necessiti la fotografia del nudo e come, in modo molto discreto, ci si comporti dietro l'obiettivo."
2006: QEP nude photography
Qualified European Photographer (QEP) is a high European distinction awarded amongst the 50.000 photographers in the Federation of European Professional Photographers (FEP)'s member organizations from 20 countries. Today approximately 350 photographers have received this prestigious distinction in various specializations such as wedding, portrait, reportage, commercial, illustrative etc.
“Achieving a QEP is a sign of excellence and sets you apart from your competition”, says FEP President Neil Warner “it is in itself a hard and well sought after recognition of quality in a photographer’s work – a sign of dedication to your work.”