The Nature Group is hosting an Advisory Day for Associate and Fellowship on Saturday September 10th at Smethwick. This will be for prints.
What you will get from the day?
You will see a wide variety of different prospective panels as well as some successful panels. You will hear comments from the Assessors and have a chance to ask questions. There will be information on what makes a good panel, what to avoid and, most importantly, how to plan your project and where to get further advice
What are Distinctions?
The objective of the RPS Distinctions programme is to support and inspire everyone to improve their own photography practice, and to celebrate those who reach clearly defined standards.
We also support people to undertake structured assessments alongside a tailored and friendly education programme, which includes Advisory days.
What is an Advisory Day?
Everyone can get advice on their body of work before applying for the Distinction or attend as a observer to learn about the Distinctions process and see examples of a successful panels for Natural History
Associateship, this is our second level, applicants must submit a body of work/project consisting of 15 images and a written statement and presentation layout. The images must be all be of a high standard.
Fellowship, this is our highest level. It requires a distinctive and cohesive body of work/project consisting of 20 or 21 images, accompanied by a written statement of intent and a presentation layout.
Mick Durham FRPS and Ann Miles FRPS
- Cancellation policy
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Smethwick Photographic Society
The Old Schoolhouse