A SMITHS Wood photographer’s work caught the eye of judges at the Royal Photographic Society (RPS).
Glynis Harrison’s work of places in and around Birmingham saw the eagle-eyed snapper be awarded an Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society.
To be made a Licentiate Glynis had to submit ten photographs to a panel of judges at the Royal Photographic Society who then decided if her shots met a certain standard so she could be given the award.
A delighted Glynis said: “My favourite genre is street photography, and this shows in my panel.
“Many of the images were taken in Birmingham and will be recognisable to most people.
“I love capturing special moments of everyday life.”
Glynis has been involved locally with Kingshurst Arts Space running their Camera Club, and has also taken photos for Solihull-based charity SoLo Life Opportunities for its website and Facebook page.
She is an active member of Solihull Photographic Society and thanked the members for their friendship as well as giving her the knowledge and expertise required in her photographic journey.
Geoff Read, current President of Solihull Photographic Society said: “We have all seen how hard Glynis has worked to improve her photography and her distinction is well deserved.”
For more information see www.solihullphotographicsociety.co.uk