We appreciate that some subjects could easily apply to more than one of the ‘Societies’ we recommend that you send some sample images and our advisors will guide you.
Qualifications can be applied for the following Societies:
The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers - SWPP
Subject matter: Weddings, portraits, fashion, glamour, children, babies, school and all other social photographic subjects.
Qualifications/distinctions available: LSWPP ASWPP, CrSWPP, FSWPP
The Society of International Sport & Leisure Photographers - SISLP
Subject matter: Events, all sports and leisure activities.
Qualifications/distinctions available: LSISLP, ASISLP and FSISLP
The Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers - SINWP
Subject matter: Landscape, wildlife, nature, seascapes, insects and bugs, astronomical, marine and all other natural scenes, animals or plants
Qualifications/distinctions available: LSINWP, A SINWP and FSINWP
The Society of International Travel & Tourism Photographers - SITTP
Subject matter: Continents, countries, cities, towns, national parks and places of interest
Qualifications/distinctions available: LSITTP, ASITTP and FSITTP
The Society of International Media & Press Photographers - SIMPP
Subject matter: Press, photojournalism, advertising, media, PR and all news related images
Qualifications/distinctions available: LSIMPP, A SIMPP and F SIMPP
The Society of International Commercial and Industrial Photographers - SICIP
Subject matter: Products, corporate, construction, banking and finance, industrial, commercial
Qualifications/distinctions available: LSICIP, ASICIP and FSICIP
of International School and Event Photographers - SISEP
Qualifications/distinctions available: LSISEP, ASISEP & FSISEP
The Society of International Fashion
and Glamour Photographers - SIFGP
Qualifications/distinctions available: LSIFGP, ASIFGP & FSIFGP
Read the article: To be or not to be? – (Qualified) – The final question!
Photo Quote: In a photograph, if I am able to evoke not alone a feeling of the reality of the surface physical world but also a feeling of the reality of existence that lies mysteriously and invisibly beneath its surface, I feel I have succeeded. At their best, photographs as symbols not only serve to help illuminate some of the darkness of the unknown, they also serve to lessen the fears that too often accompany the journeys from the known to the unknown. - Wynn Bullock