SOLD OUT: A Feeling of Impressionism – Steven Le Prevost FRPS

January 16, 2021 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
On Line
£0 - £3
Rhys Jones ARPS
07531 196435

‘A Feeling of Impressionism’ by Steven Le Prevost FRPS AFIAP MPAGB FIPF BPE5*

Steven has served on the Fine Art Distinctions Panel of the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) and has some work included within the RPS Tyng Collection, a collection started in 1927 with money given by Stephen Tyng to recognise pictorial pictures of outstanding pictorial merit. Once acquired the pictures formed part of the RPS Collection now housed in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

Steven holds three Fellowships, two with the RPS and one with the Irish Photographic Federation. In 2011 an invitation to membership of the London Salon of Photography was proudly accepted. Other distinctions that Steven is equally proud to hold are MPAGB and AFIAP.

All images copyright Steven Le Prevost FRPS AFIAP MPAGB FIPF BPE5*

In this talk Steven will discuss how he used a conventional darkroom initially along with how he now works digitally. All Steven’s Fellowship Panels will be seen and he will briefly share his journey and experiences on the way.

About Andrew Williams

I've been taking pictures since my first camera at around 10 years old but only more seriously in the last few years. After a career in engineering and IT I spent some time as a professional photographer, mainly commercial work, writing for magazines, selling prints and teaching Photoshop & Lightroom. Now retired and taking pictures for fun!