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25Jun

Assessment days

ARPS Creative Assessment

FULLY BOOKED
A day to have your portfolio assessed for our Associate Distinction (ARPS) in the Creative category.

RPS HQ, Bath

26Jun
8Aug

Exhibitions

Visit the 2015 Members' Biennial Exhibition: Washington

Free exhibition, open to both members and non-members, showcasing the variety of photographic work that exists within The Society by RPS members from around the world.

Arts Centre Washington

27Jun
28Jun

Workshops

Wet Collodion Negatives and Prints Workshop

In this two day workshop you will learn how to make your own wet collodion negatives; coating the plates, sensitizing, exposing the plate, developing, fixing and eventually intensifying the negative for a greater density.

Derby

27Jun

Workshops

Darkroom & Instant Imaging Day

Darkroom spilt-grade printing & Instant Imaging workshops

University of Westminster

27Jun

Workshops

Workshop: Documentary Photo Essays, Winchester

A one day workshop by Ali Baskerville covering some of the fundamental guidelines for producing a narrative with images.

The Discovery Centre

27Jun

Advisory days

Celebration of Distinctions - Bath

A chance to view successful Licentiate, Associate and Fellowship panels from recent Distinction assessments.

Hilton Bath City Hotel

28Jun

Advisory days

Thames Valley Distinctions Advisory Day

Thames Valley Distinctions Advisory Day

Lacey Green

28Jun

Meetings

Creative Group Members' Day

Creative Group Members' Day

Foxton Village Hall

28Jun

Workshops

Photo Forum Larkhall

A day to have constructive feedback on your work

Cameronian Hall

1Jul

Workshops

From Shutter to Print Colour Management Training

This course is aimed at any digital photographer who is already competent at processing digital images but is frustrated by their inability to get accurate colour results every time and who want an easier and more successful colour workflow, or those just converting to digital and expect to see what is on their screen come out of their printer.

Bath HQ