People who have seen the film have taken to social media to point out and theorize about a small, almost unnoticeable, line of text.
We heard on the 15th January that Walter Benzie, 63rd President of The Society, has died after a long illness.
Mike Taylor, RPS COO: “Our support of Positive View is a way of demonstrating our view that photography can be used for the public benefit."
"Creating new role models is important for us if we are to encourage more entrants to photography as a profession or an interest."
The RPS annual awards are made annually to individuals who have made a significant contribution to photography.
The RPS International Photography Exhibition is the world’s longest running photography exhibition. It opens in Bristol on 15 February 2020.
Bristol-based photographer Jack Latham, immerses himself in the most controversial murder investigation in Icelandic history.
English Heritage archaeologist Susan Greaney will give winners a guided tour of the stone circle at dawn. They will then enjoy a private view of Your Stonehenge – 150 Years of Personal Photos.
For those of you who have embraced (or are thinking of embracing) the challenge of working towards our internationally recognised Distinctions, then this is for you…
The Martin Parr Foundation and the RPS present a screening of the acclaimed film Bait.