Chris Tostevin-Hall was sccessful with this largely Natural History and Landscape submission for Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society on 12 June 2014

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The panel was submitted as prints. Self printed on an EPSON R800 A4 inkjet printer using Fotospeed Lustre paper. The prints were expertly mounted by Glen Irven of Guernsey Picture Framers & Art Gallery.

"…I could have put together a number of panels, but settled on one that demonstrated my love of natural history and landscape photography."
An LRPS panel consists of 10 images and must demonstrate excellent technical ability, ideally various techniques in different conditions. Faults such as bad focus, lack of shadow detail, blown highlights, dust spots, poor print quality are all things that would instantly fail a panel. Also, and Importantly the panel must “hang together” well, i.e. the photographs must be a coherent set when viewed together. Choice of colours, orientation and colour matching and subject all helps to bring a panel together.
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The panel was submitted as prints. Self printed on an EPSON R800 A4 inkjet printer using Fotospeed Lustre paper. The prints were expertly mounted by Glen Irven of Guernsey Picture Framers & Art Gallery.

"…I could have put together a number of panels, but settled on one that demonstrated my love of natural history and landscape photography."
An LRPS panel consists of 10 images and must demonstrate excellent technical ability, ideally various techniques in different conditions. Faults such as bad focus, lack of shadow detail, blown highlights, dust spots, poor print quality are all things that would instantly fail a panel. Also, and Importantly the panel must “hang together” well, i.e. the photographs must be a coherent set when viewed together. Choice of colours, orientation and colour matching and subject all helps to bring a panel together.
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