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CREDIT: Chris Renk

Chapter Newsletter 01/2020

Lates news and information from the Chapter and the Society.

Dear members of the German Chapter,

We hope that this newsletter reaches you in good health. Unfortunately, the Coronavirus continues to hold us tightly in its grip and upsets our regular daily routine.

Due to the "lockdown", we were forced to cancel a lot of our planned events and alternative dates could not be fixed yet.

Of course, the health of the members has the highest priority.

In the area of the Society, efforts have therefore been made to move many of the planned events regarding photo training, distinction activities and meetings to the internet.

This also has advantages for us continental members, as we now have access to offers of the Society even without travel activities.

One of the first online activities of the Society that we would like to bring to your attention is the free RPS Distinction Live Talk on April 30th at 19:00 (18:00 BST).

The legendary English landscape photographer Joe Cornish will be the speaker.

Here is the link to the registration:

https://rps.org/events/bristol/2020/april/rps-distinctions-live-talks-free/

For more events, please visit the Event Page on the Society's website, which you can reach by clicking on the following link:  https://rps.org/what-s-on/

We will, of course, keep you up to date as soon as information from the Society reaches us.

Furthermore, we would like to inform you about the latest news on our chapter page.

https://rps.org/chapters/germany/

There you will find the first member interview, which we did with our newest member, Dietrich Josef Manz. Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to look at our members' photo works for the 1st quarter of 2020.

This week we will also publish our first travel report, written by our member Karsten Lutz. He visited the Eifel for us in autumn and reports on his impressions.

If you have any questions regarding online events of the Society or suggestions for our website, please feel free to contact us via the following email:

germany@rps.org

We wish you and your family members good luck in these difficult times and stay healthy!

For the board

Chris Renk
chapter organizer
Germany Chapter