The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers
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21st February 2017 GMT

Qualification Structure - Fellowship

Fellowship - The Highest Accolade

Fellowship of the ‘Societies’is the highest distinction and recognises you as a master of your craft, able to create work of the highest standard both technically and artistically. It is essential that applicants take serious advice from a recognised Mentor at the level of Fellow to ensure that the application is at the highest level of content and presentation. If in doubt please contact head office for advice.

Categories of Fellowship
FSWPP - Fellow of the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers
FSISLP - Fellow of The Society of International Sport and Leisure Photographers
FSINWP - Fellow of The Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers
FSITTP - Fellow of The Society of International Travel and Tourism Photographers
FSIMPP - Fellow of The Society of International Media and Press Photographers
FBPPA - Fellow of the British Professional Photographers Associates
FSICIP - Fellow of The Society of International Commercial and Industrial Photographers
FSISEP - Fellow The Society of International School and Event Photographers
FSIFGP - Fellow The Society of International Fashion and Glamour Photographers

Print Submission for Fellowship

A submission of 20 prints is required, at 20x16” mounted on to board no thicker than 8mm.

Submissions should consist of, in the case of an SWPP application (FSWPP), the very best of either wedding or portrait images from as many commissions as you wish as this must be an ultimate expression of your skills and abilities as a consummate professional. (Mixed wedding/portrait panels are not acceptable). In the case of all other application you must concentrate on one area of expertise and excellence only.

What it costs
SUBMISSION FEE £175
RE-SUBMITTED PANELS £87.50
(Provided they are submitted within 12 months)




 

Successful Fellowship Submissions

Fellow in Wedding and Portrait



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Photo Quote: A person is quite different from a tree or rock or stream. By introducing the nude into my pictures, I started perceiving all the things I was photographing in new ways. In contrast or opposition to each other, things became much more significant and interesting, revealing many more qualities than I had ever dreamed of knowing and expressing. By using the nude, I stopped thinking in terms of objects. I was seeing things, instead, as dynamic events, unique in their own beings yet also related and existing together within a universal context of energy and change. - Wynn Bullock

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