In the latest Spotlight article, Alison Webber focuses on the Annual Awards Exhibition of the Disabled Photographers’ Society which runs until 9th October at The Art House in Wakefield.
Our new exhibition, curated by Zelda Cheatle HonFRPS, explores how eight contemporary photographers are using traditional techniques and approaches in their work to address contemporary issues and demonstrate the beauty of the photographic image. Entry is free - no booking required.
Focusing on visual storytelling, a 6 week course for both professional and amateur photographers and artists. It is open to photographers and artists worldwide of all levels. Access to photographic and editing equipment is essential. The course will be taught over a period of 8 weeks, meeting as a group for 6 sessions Monday evenings.
Joanna Vestey, recipient of the TPA/RPS Environmental Bursary, discovers an imaginative answer to food security issues.
BOP – Books on Photography – is an annual festival bringing together a wide-ranging group of photobook publishers, booksellers and photographers from across Europe.
A new RPS bursary, providing £3,000 as well as mentoring to a female graduate, is now open for entries. Made possible by the generous support of Karen Knorr HonFRPS. Apply now.
Discover 314 photographers who have been selected for the next stage of the RPS International Photography Exhibition 164, the world's longest-running photography exhibition.
Ready to try something new, or hear a fresh perspective on photography? Explore our range of talks, workshops, exhibitions and more, organised by the RPS and its members.