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The Irish Photographic Federation
The Irish Photographic Federation (I.P.F.) is comprised of photographic clubs throughout the Republic of Ireland. It is governed by a National Council, the members of the Council being elected at the AGM from member clubs. It promotes awareness of photography as a highly satisfying artistic
outlet and as a leisure pursuit. Activities include running annual championships in all aspects of photography and the organisation of lecture tours by internationally renowned photographers.

The Federation also administers a distinctions scheme for its members as a means of promoting photographic excellence. Photographers can progress from Licenciate, through Associateship to the highest level of Fellowship. The IPF distinctions are highly prized internationally, with many foreign photographers submitting panels for consideration.


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The Royal Photographic Society
The Royal Photographic Society (R.P.S.) exists to promote photography and to help everyone realise their potential as a photographer. It does this through exhibitions, distinctions and workshops and its public activities.


The RPS offers three levels of Distinctions which set recognised standards of achievement throughout the world: Licentiate (LRPS), Associate (ARPS) and Fellowship (FRPS).  Both members and non-members can apply for Distinctions (non-members will need to join The Society if they gain
a Distinction).


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Hall of Fame

The club is very proud to present the following past and present members who have achieved accreditation through the I.P.F and the R.P.S during their membership with the Ennis Camera Club:

​​​The Irish Photographic Federation Distinction Holders

​​​​​The Royal Photographic Society Distinction Holders

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