Royal Photographic Society Licentiateship
I was delighted to be informed in May 2013 that I had been awarded a Licentiate Distinction by the Royal Photographic Society. This involved submitting a panel of ten prints for assessment against the criteria set by the Royal Photographic Society.
The Society’s distinctions are internationally respected and sought-after by professional and amateur photographers. Over 1000 applications for Licentiateship, Associateship and Fellowship are made each year with about 60% success. The Society takes great care in maintaining standards and in promoting excellence amongst photographers.
The Royal Photographic Society is an educational charity, founded in 1853, to promote the Art and Science of photography. Membership is open to everyone and it is the largest UK organisation representing photographers with over 10,000 members in the UK and abroad. For more information visit www.rps.org