HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN'S PLATINUM JUBILEE IN 70 PIC

HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN'S PLATINUM JUBILEE IN 70 PIC

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We invite London Region Members to take part in two photographic projects to celebrate and record the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

About this event

Seventy London Region Members are invited to submit one photograph of a Jubilee-related event – preferably held over the 4-day weekend, but perhaps before, perhaps of preparations for an event.

The seventy images will create a photobook. Each of the seventy photographers will receive an electronic version of the book and links to buy a softback or hard back copy. We plan to present a hardback copy to the Palace.

The rules:

• To submit a photograph you must be an RPS London Region Member (as at today and until at least the end of June 2022)

• Photographs must be:

o your own work

o taken before midnight on Sunday 5th June 2022

o uploaded to Dropbox by midnight on Sunday 12th June 2022

The intention of this project is to have a book of 70 photographs – to match the number of years of The Queen’s reign. Fifty-two photographers have signed up so to date (7th June) so we are also inviting you to submit a “second” photograph, from which the editor will select additional photographs to make the 70 in total. (All your “first” photographs will be included in the book.)

The editor’s choice from the “second” photographs will be based on quality and suitability of the image and also on how the content of the picture adds to the story of the book.

Important:

You should receive a confirmation email shortly after signing up; if you have not received it within a couple of hours, please email london@rps.org with "Eventbrite Problem" in the title and the name and date of this event in the text.

Important:

We use the email and mobile number you provide at signup to contact you about this event; please make sure you enter the details correctly and that you use and address you regularly read.