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Night photography with distinction

Night photography with distinction

The RPS runs a regular distinctions programme, which is a great way to get recognition for your photography or identify areas for improvement. There are three levels, Licentiate, Associate and Fellow and although all are achievable with hard work and guidance, they are also quite a challenge. The Associateship , in particular, requires more than just a demonstration of basic technical skill, as you need to be able to put together a coherent panel of images based on a specific genre. During the recent round of awarded distinctions, we were particularly impressed by the night photography of Peter Benson, so we caught up for a chat and advice for other AP readers thinking of going for their ‘A.’ Congratulations on getting your ARPS. Why did you decide to do a panel on night photography? Thank you, I am still coming to terms with being awarded the distinction, especially as […]

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