Royal Photographic Society

The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, whose headquarters are in Bath, is independent of the foregoing organisations, is a learned society, which promotes the art and practice of photography internationally.  It comprises amateur and professional photographers worldwide.  It organises exhibitions, runs courses and seminars and also awards distinctions.  It has many specialist interest groups that promote particular aspects of photography as well as a regional structure. A Journal and other specialist technical papers are published by the RPS.  The Distinctions of the RPS are: -

These are awarded upon submission of work to a distinctions panel and are widely recognised by all photographers.  A number of IDPS members have been awarded these distinctions.

St Ives by Barry Freeman ARPS DPAGB APAGB

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