The RPS has a vibrant and ever-changing events programme including many talks by inspirational photographers and photographic practitioners. Places fill up fast so book your ticket now!
His image ‘Creation’ enchanted selectors of the 14th International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY), making Robin Williams ASIS FRPS overall winner of the prestigious competition.
Marissa Roth is an internationally published freelance photojournalist, documentary, and fine art photographer.
Three practitioners will discuss ‘Amuleto’ as a conversation between image and text that draws parallels between the pandemic, immigrant experience, and global human rights movement.
Hannah Watson of T J Boulting Gallery will look at how she set up and built her gallery, how art and commerce combine in the settings of the online space, the gallery, and the fair.
In this on-going series of 'in conversations' hear from leading individuals talk about how they use photography as artists, scientists, educators, publishers and curators.
New awards for 2021 include a two-week solo show at the RPS and a £1250 commission to create new work. A £4000 prize fund will be awarded to standout entrants, including an Under 30s Award.
2021 courses include: Early Photographic Printing Processes, Photogravure, Platinum/Palladium and Preparing Digital Negatives. RPS members receive a 20% discount.
With the RPS's move to Bristol, and a renewed public presence and dedicated resource room to house historic membership records and library, the RPS has started to form a new RPS Collection.
We are publishing guidance specific to photography, and launching a new range of creative opportunities to help inspire and support people during lockdown.
Win a Nikon camera in our bi-monthly Members‘ Competition. A special guest photographer will choose the winning images. Theme: 'Black and White'. Selector: Nikon ambassador Neil Burnell.
A series of workshops designed for those without a formal education in photography. Heavily visual, with plenty of examples, we take a show-not-tell approach to teaching.