Scottish members of The Royal Photographic Society submit images each year towards an exhibition to show the variety and quality of their work. The selection process involves members across Scotland in a sometimes fierce, but always good-natured debate, with the submitted prints reduced through discussion to the 40 images in the final exhibition.
Immediately after selection, the exhibition is catalogued, and starts a 12-month tour to 9 venues between the Shetland in the north and the Borders in the south.
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Image - Cruden Bay - Dawn Black ARPS
- Bob Black
Falkirk Town Hall