The RPS has commissioned a Model Release Form which it is making available to our members and the public as part of its objectives of supporting photographers.
Exhibition Science Photographer of the Year
Closes: 5 January 2020. Location: Science Museum, London
Bristol based photographer Latham, immersed himself in the most controversial murder investigation in Icelandic history, the Guðmundur and Geirfinnur case.
Join Magnum nominee Sim Chi Yin, Alejandro Acín, Aaron Schuman and Nicola Shipley for a two-day workshop exploring how to develop your photographic project beyond the still image.
Six people confess to two violent murders. But was it all in their heads? Iceland’s strangest ever criminal case, where nothing is as it seems.
Optical Imaging - a new horizon: How light "of many different colours and flavours" can be used to diagnose disease in remarkable new ways.
Benge was awarded a direct fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society in 2018.
Castro-Garcia started the project Foreigner in 2015, with the aim of contributing a more human response to the Mediterranean Sea crisis.
The film will be released in selected UK and Irish cinemas on 29 November.
Still Looking at the Family: Family Photography and Migration, is a one-day symposium investigating the most frequent and cherished uses of photography, the family photograph.
Join the Martin Parr Foundation and the RPS to view The Dynamic Duo with its stars Tony and Julian and co-directors Sebastian Bruno and David Barnes who will stay for a Q+A.
A brand new photobook festival, hosted by The Royal Photographic Society and Martin Parr Foundation.
This RPS exhibition showcases the best of scientific imaging and images of science.