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Licentiateship of the Royal Photographic Society


The Licentiateship (LRPS) is the first level of distinction, which is open to all members of The Royal Photographic Society (RPS). Non-members may apply but if they are successful, they must then join The Society.

It is awarded either for competence in practical photography, or by passing an appropriate examination in photography recognised by The Society.
See the RPS Distinctions Page for further details.

I joined the RPS in 2006 and was awarded my LRPS on 28th February 2008, following the successful submission of a panel of ten images. The hanging plan and images are displayed below:
























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  • Viveca Koh - February 12, 2013 - 8:31 am

    What a great panel David, I really like these. You are obviously a skilled people watcher!ReplyCancel

  • admin - February 12, 2013 - 12:10 pm

    Thanks so much, Viveca. I love taking candid images of people – especially when the images tell a story or, even better, when they invite viewers to make up their own story…ReplyCancel

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