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Articles & Features

RPS Scotland YouTube Video Notes at bottom of page.

Documentary Photographer of The Year 2021

The exhibition is open and on view from Monday 1st August until Saturday 27th August. Eden Court opens at 1000 hrs every day and the exhibition is free to view on the first floor gallery.

Documentary Photographer of The Year...... DPOTY

Field Trip to Castle Kennedy Gardens May 2022

SW Branch has held the first of what we hope will be many Field Trips on Sunday 29th May 2022.

Castle Kennedy May 2022

Photography - Through the seeing eye ..... mine!

A video selection of fifty-nine photographs with accompanying music taken by Stewart Dodd LRPS

Stewart Dodd LRPS
Slinky & Target
CREDIT: Keith Thorburn LRPS

Working with Pine Martens and Remote Camera Triggers

Getting closer to the Wildlife without getting in their way!

Pine Martens by Keith Thorburn LRPS
Main Group 2

Scrolls: A Different Sort of Panorama

Scrolls: A Different Sort of Panorama
Image 1
CREDIT: Andrew Flannigan LRPS

Scotland's Churches by Andrew Flannigan LRPS

A brief resume of Andrew's favourite Scottish Churches.

Scotland's Churches
Icy Coral
CREDIT: Barbara Bogacka ARPS

Treasures Hidden in Ice

Images from the Vatnajökull caves, Iceland

Treasures Hidden in Ice

RPS Scotland now has a private YouTube presence which allows visitors to this page to select a link to a video of their choice. Submitters should ideally present their portfolio of work in the MP4 file format. If this is not possible, you can choose to send it in as a Microsoft PowerPoint file (pptx) where I will convert it to mp4.

Failling that, you can send, via Dropbox or WeTransfer, your selection of images. Please make it a sensible length of at least sixty+ images to aid in the production of a worthwhile video. Title and end pages will enhance your final video along with your choice of music and distinctions (YouTube have a library of copyright free music), unless you choose from there, I will on you behalf.

If you want an idea of what can be achieved, follow the link to Stewart Dodd's presentation. he is able to show the breadth of what can be accomplished with a little effort.