November 12, 2013

Royal Photographic Society Licentiateship

By In Features, Gallery
It isn’t as easy as it looks. Just selecting a panel of photographs that work together and fulfil the requirements of the Royal Photographic Society was stressful enough, let alone having an initial selection rejected… just ask Jeanne! But finally, not more than 20 minutes ago in fact, I received notification that I am now able to add the letters LRPS after my name. Yep, the photos below were judged worthy of being a Royal Photographic Society Licentiateship. But that is just the start, I really need to work towards the – much harder no doubt, and more stressful – Associateship. After all ARPS is holds MUCH more street-cred (in certain circles) than the LRPS.

Photos below are the panel as submitted for the Royal Photographic Licentiateship as assessed and judged today. Huge thanks to Jeanne (and Douglas for a little input too) for the support and help in selecting the photos.

Photo Gallery: Royal Photographic Society Licentiateship Panel

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  1. Jeanne @ Cooksister November 13, 2013

    Haha – I feel as if I ran the whole Licentiateship gamut of emotions with you!! Loved giving input into the selections and glad you kept both the boat and the glasses. Huge congratulations – I know how much this means to you ๐Ÿ™‚

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