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Royal Photographic Society Portfolio 3 Launched

Royal Photographic Society Portfolio 3 Launched - The RPS has announced the launch of its third publication showcasing top photography and imaging science.

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RPS Portfolio Three

Portfolio Three, the Royal Photographic Society’s triennial publication showcasing the best of photography and imaging science associated with The Society over the past three years is published on 17 September 2013.

The book’s 240 pages contain interviews and photography from renowned photographers honoured by The Society: Jason Bell, Joe Cornish, Ken Lennox, Bob Martin, Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz and Albert Watson. It also shows selected Licentiate, Associate and Fellowship distinction panels from members; work from bursary winners Neil Hall and Huw Wahl; selected images from The Society’s International Images of Science exhibition and Olympics competition; and 200 specially selected images from over 2000 submitted from members.

Feature articles describe the 1826 Niépce plates in The Society’s Collection, photographic science and a celebration of The Society’s 160th anniversary; plus spotlights on areas of The Society’s activities including its special interest groups, regions and chapters.  

Announcing the book The Society’s Director-General commented: "The breadth of The Society’s activities and, of course, the photography produced by members and those photographers recognised by The Society continues to astound at all levels."

Portfolio Three is available to buy for £45 plus postage from the RPS website




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