RPS London: Distinctions Special introducing the Book Genre

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Stewart Wall will introduce the new Book Genre and Paul Parkinson will present his recently successful Landscape A panel

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This evening Stewart Wall ARPS will introduce the new Photobook genre and Paul Parkinson ARPS will share with us his recently successful Landscape panel.

In addition to being Regional Organiser for the RPS East Midlands Region, Stewart Wall is a Distinctions Panel Member and Photobooks Chair:  Stewart will introduce the new Photobook Genre, which is expected to be very popular since so many of us make books these days! 

Following Stewart's talk, London Region Member Paul Parkinson ARPS will share with us his recently successful Landscape 'A' panel.  Paul's work is featured in the September/October Journal (pages 544 to 549), if you'd like a preview!

These presentations will be followed by discussions and an open Q&A, when we will try to answer any questions you may have about Distinctions.

THIS EVENT IS FREE BUT REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  

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These events are organised by the London Region of the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) which organises events primarily for the London Members of the RPS but events are open to all whether RPS Members or not and whether in London or not.

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