The Royal Photographic Society PORTFOLIOTHREE Now Available

PORTFOLIOTHREE is The Royal Photographic Society’s triennial publication showcasing the best of photography and imaging science associated with The Society over the past three years.

The book’s 240 pages contain interviews and photography from Jason Bell, Joe Cornish, Ken Lennox, Bob Martin, Rinko Kawatchi, Joel Meyerowitz and Albert Watson;  selected Licentiate, Associate and Fellowship distinction panels from members; work from bursary winners Neil Hall and Huw Wahl;  selected images from The Society’s International Images of Science exhibition and Olympics competition; feature articles dealing with the 1826 Niépce plates in The Society’s Collection, photographic science  and a celebration of The Society’s 160th anniversary; and, spotlights on areas of The Society’s activities including special interest groups.  Across 80 pages the members’ gallery shows 200 specially selected images.

The PORTFOLIO series has been widely acclaimed as ‘exuding positivity and confidence’.

PORTFOLIOTHREE builds on this and is an important reminder of why The Royal Photographic Society continues to be one of the world’s most respected photographic organisations.

PORTFOLIOTHREE Published by The Royal Photographic Society, 17 September 2013
240 pages, full-colour, hardcovers, with printed dust wrapper
ISBN 978-0-904495-05-8

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