Monday, March 21, 2011

LRPS success!! Part 1

Recently I headed over to Birmingham to visit the Focus on Imaging event but more importantly to put a panel in for assessment with the Royal Photographic Society.

The Licentiateship is awarded for competence in practical photography which in layman's terms means you have good knowledge of camera work technically and artistically. It is still only one of three awards offered by the RPS the next being Associate and the highest being Fellowship.

It is nice to be recognised by your peers and gives some motivation to get better at what you do to hit them new levels. Photography is always a learning game and awards like this help keep you pushing for yourself and your clients.

The panel is shown below.

The first is an image from the Enchantment shoot last year.

The second image is from a fashion shoot in Fuerteventura in 2008, this has recently became a favourite image of mine after sitting on my hard drive for over 2 years.

The third image is from the Enchantment shoot, a fantastic image (if I say so) but better in print.

The fourth image was from a strobist evening, but you can always create something unique with a great model and some good thinking.

The fifth image is from a model portfolio shoot, this was taken in Zen restaurant Belfast.

Part 2 coming soon...


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