This presentation by Hazel Frost FRPS and James Frost FRPS will draw on their experience within the RPS, both as successful FRPS candidates and as assessors, to increase our understanding of some of the key elements of travel photography expected in submissions for RPS Distinctions.
Both Hazel and James are members of RPS Distinctions assessment panels and, as such, are in a unique position to throw light on the Society’s interpretation of ‘engagement’ and ‘a sense of place’ in creating the best travel photography and in demonstrating how to develop panels for impact.
Both Hazel and James are GPs based in the Borders in Scotland. They have been travelling and photographing throughout the world and both describe their style as ‘documentary’. As members of the RPS, both hazel and James were awarded their LRPS in 2003 and their ARPS in 2005 and both have gone on to achieve their Fellowship distinction, James in 2012 and Hazel in 2014.
Both Hazel and James are very active within the RPS, James is Regional organiser for the Borders and sits on the Documentary Panel for assessing Associate and Fellowship Distinctions and Hazel sits on the on the Licentiate Panel, and on the Travel Panel for both the Associate and Fellowship distinctions. Hazel also runs the Digital Portfolio Group within the Travel Group of the RPS.
You can see more of Hazel’s work here
and James’ work here