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Please sign up here to take part in London's 2016 project "Breathing London" - a project to photograph the diversity of London's Open Spaces.
Over all the London Boroughs
Twelve member of the Group submitted a selection of pictures for the RPS SW London Group's second Exhibition and one picture from each of these photographers was chosen and will be on display at Cafe Barossa, 277 New Kings Road, Fulham, London SW6 from March 15th
The Croatian Embassy are generously hosting the launch of the London Region Urbanicity Group's latest book: Living London. SOME ADDITIONAL TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE SO IF YOU DON'T ALREADY HAVE YOURS, PLEASE SIGN UP USING THE BLUE BUTTON BELOW
The Croatian Embassy
The Croatian Embassy are generously hosting an Exhibition of work taken from the Urbanicity Group's latest book: Living London
The Croatian Embassy
As part of the Breathing London project, we have been running a series of workshop. Led by Robert Canis, landscape and wildlife photographer, the final workshop 'Back to Spring Again' will take place on Monday 3rd April in St James's Park - meeting point is the Cafe in St James's Park - link below
St James's Cafe
An opportunity to have your say and help plan our next London Region project (or projects)
Wetherby Preparatory School, London
RPS London has once gain teamed up with the Nikon School to offer our members excellent training courses at competitive prices.
This hands-on workshop will take you through the basics of using Speedlights, enabling you to become confident and proficient in flash photography.
London, The Nikon Centre for Excellence
A fabulous opportunity to meet Anderson & Low Hon FRPS for a guided tour of their exhibition 'Voyages' at the Science Museum.
Science Museum, London
Regular monthly meeting for members and guests interested in Street Photography.
London - to be confirmed
This is the Contemporary Special Interest Group's April 2017 Conference featuring presentations on the River Yangtze by Yan Wang Preston and the River Lea by Polly Braden. Attendees may also bring prints for review.