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Images from field trip to Pembrokeshire

Here is a gallery of images from the Landscape Group's October 2016 field trip to Pembrokeshire.

Added by SIG: Landscape on 08 Nov 2016

Natural History Photography - Updated Guidelines & Criteria

The Natural History category recognises all branches of natural history, including zoology, botany and meteorology.
All applications for the Associate and Fellowship Distinctions of The Society will be assessed against the criteria set out in the Associate and Fellowship outline document. The following criteria are in addition to, not instead of, those criteria.

Image by; Ann Healy ARPS

Added by Region: Headquarters on 07 Nov 2016

LRPS Distinctions Successes - October 2016

Congratulations to all those who were awarded their Licentiate of The Royal Photographic Society in October.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 07 Nov 2016

September Favourite

Carlos is a regular winner of our e-circle!

Added by Chapter: Switzerland on 07 Nov 2016

Night Shots wanted!

Night shots wanted for Capital Interest December Issue.

Added by Region: London on 05 Nov 2016

Lake District in Autumnal Colours

Capture the Lake District in Autumnal Colours

Added by Region: North West on 05 Nov 2016

Travel Image of the Month - November 2016

‘The Sphinx and Pyramids’ by John Clare LRPS of London Region

Added by SIG: Travel on 04 Nov 2016

German Chapter: Successful Distinction Advisory Day

On 29 October, the German Chapter was hosting an awesome Distinction Advisory Day with Roy Robertson, former President of the Royal Photographic Society. Many thanks to him and the Fenton House Staff!

Added by Chapter: Germany on 04 Nov 2016

Members' Monthly Competition: Night Photography

Explore the wonders of shooting at night and share your results in November's members' competition.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 01 Nov 2016

Robert Canis suggests that 'Less is more'

One of the most difficult aspects of photography is not necessarily knowing what to include but what to leave out.

Added by Region: London on 01 Nov 2016