About Robert Rowe

Robert Rowe ARPS CPAGB has been working in photography and media related businesses for over forty years. His work is bought and exhibited throughout the World and Robert is an Honorary Life Member of the Royal Photographic Society and holder of its prestigious Fenton Medal. He has contributed articles to several digital photography magazines including Practical Photography and Digital Photo.

Following a seventeen year career broadcasting with BBC Radio, he spent twelve years as a Director and Head of Video Production at TBA, one of the Midlands leading production companies. During this period his work won numerous professional video awards - including those from the Royal Television Society, the BAIE and at the New York Festival of Film and Video. Robert has been teaching Adobe Photoshop for the best part of a decade - and using the programme since Photoshop 3!

He is a partner and lecturer with lineandlight.co.uk - a company which specialises in training in digital photography and Adobe Photoshop. Over the past ten years, many hundreds of professional and amateur photographers have benefited from his one-to-one training courses in Photoshop he runs from Nottingham. Robert has taught Photoshop to masters level at Nottingham University - and for over a decade has been delivering Full Day Seminars to both pro and amateur photographers across the UK.

Wearing his amateur hat, Robert was, along with such digital pioneers as the late Barry Thomas, one of the founders of the Digital Imaging Group of the Royal Photographic Society - now the largest and most successful group within the Society. In 2009 he was awarded the Society's Fenton Medal and made an Honorary Life Member of the society.

Robert is a past President of the Nottingham and Notts Photographic Society (Established 1892 - nnps.org) which is the largest and one of the most successful photo clubs in the East Midlands.