Fellowship Portraiture & Master Craftsman Panel

A fellowship is the most prestigious qualification a professional photographer can achieve and to achieve a fellowship you must produce a panel of work of 20 perfect images that shows your flair and an individual style in photography. This style can be identified as yours and these 20 images must hang as a finish complete work that blends together from start to finish.

It should demonstrate your skill in the mastering of perfect lighting, symmetry, composition and be able to repeat this throughout the 20 images showing consistently high standard for professional work. Awarding a fellowship is the ultimate recognition of professionalism and acknowledgement of the attainment of a very high standard.

The judges take every aspect of the finished panel into account from deciding what subject you photograph right down to what paper to print on, it all must be carefully taken into consideration and the whole panel of work needs to flow from start to finish holding the judge's eyes, telling a story.
Photographically it should be perfect, posing to the lighting of the subjects and even the tonal range of the image.

I hope you like them.
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