CREDIT: Tony Worobiec

Speakers' Day and AGM

Event info

A chance to hear two Fellows of the RPS talking about landscape photography and to take part in the AGM of the landscape group.

Two distinguished Fellows of the RPS, Linda Wevill FRPS and Tony Worobiec FRPS will be sharing their work and thoughts regarding personal expression and composition in landscape photography.

Linda is a widely exhibited photographer and has recently published her first book entitled 'Creative Photography'. Her work is characterised by an expression of her personal depiction of the environment and a gentle painterly feel.

Linda will be sharing with us her approach to photographing the landscape, explaining how she creates her distinctive images.

Tony Worobiec trained in fine art at The University of Newcastle and pursued a career in art education. He has written 17 books and had his work published all over the world.

Using examples from his recent book “The water’s edge” Tony will discuss approaches to composition in landscape photography.

And as if that isn't enough excitement, during the morning we will also be holding the Landscape Group AGM, offering group members the chance to ask questions of the current committee and to vote in new committee elections. All participants in the day will be welcome to attend but only members of the Landscape Group will be eligible to vote.

Tickets will go on sale on 11 January.

Papers for the AGM can be found here.


Event Organiser

Richard Ellis


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CREDIT: Jon Martin
Keep On Trying and You Might Just Get Lucky
By Jon Martin

Am I ever going to take a decent photo again? That was the disturbing thought rattling around my head as my wife and I left our holiday cottage near Wast Water. I was reflecting on what had been a disappointing three weeks in the Lake District.

At best, the autumn colour during our trip in October and November 2018 could be described as patchy. It had been particularly poor near our accommodation at Buttermere, Keswick and Wast Water.