About The RPS

The Royal Photographic Society exists to promote photography and image-making and to support photographers in realising their potential, irrespective of their level of knowledge, equipment or skills. It has an international membership. The Society also acts as a public advocate for photography and photographers.

What We Do

The Society 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. Read more about what we do here.

What We Do→

History

Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries many of the great photographers and scientists were RPS members. Today The Society and its current membership continues to make important contributions to all aspects of imaging.

History→

Organisation

Over 300 volunteers worldwide and a Headquarters staff help The Society realise it's aims. Read more about how The Society is organised and run

About our organisation→

Patrons & Sponsors

The support of partners within the creative and imaging industries helps The Society realise its aims and supports its activities. See a full list of our Patrons and Sponsors here.

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