Barrie Foster LRPS, an RPS member for over ten years, has published a book of his photographs to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
IN PROGRESS features five solo exhibitions by some of the most innovative photographers and photo-based artists today. Part of Bristol Photo Festival.
The annual BOP – Books on Photography – festival will be held this year in collaboration with Bristol Photo Festival.
A new photography exhibition at IWM London, coordinated by the RPS, brings together over 50 contemporary portraits of Holocaust survivors and their families.
From artists to curators, writers to filmmakers, join the new series of free conversations with recipients of the internationally respected RPS Awards.
Photo Oxford Festival, in partnership with the RPS, presents Elinor Carucci 1986 till today; The universality of family and Intimacy.
Tamsin Green ARPS journeys into world of photobooks. Her latest work is inspired by her love of the English coastline – and published by her own company.
The RPS International Chapter invited members to submit an image on the theme 'Windows on the World'. View the full collection of final images online.
A series of short 2-hour workshops focused on the creativity of photography. Beginner-friendly, these workshops are heavily visual and run by an experienced tutor.
From Licentiate to Fellowship, from Natural History to Fine Art applicants have for a long time been able to use a book as a means of presentation, but in this genre the photography led photobook is the genre itself. Find out more about how to apply.