The IPE 163 is now open. Explore a powerful exhibition that demonstrates the breadth of contemporary image-making and storytelling today with a total of 105 works by 60 photographers. Tickets are free.
We asked doctors, nurses, care workers and other medical professionals to share with us their images to show how they had found peace during this difficult time, to be selected for an exhibition.
Focusing on the RPS’ strategy of “Photography for Everyone,” Spotlight aims to expand the RPS narrative to include a diverse collection of stories from all sectors of society.
A collaborative project by RPS members and groups exploring peri-urban areas, also called edgelands, led by North Wales Regional Organiser Rolf Kraehenbuehl ARPS.
If you have become interested in mobile phone photography, then you will want to learn how easy it is to edit your photos to a high standard using Snapseed on your phone or tablet.
The RPS offers a series of bursaries each year, with support from partners such as The Guardian, The Photographic Angle and MPB. Three are now currently accepting applications for 2022.
The Royal Photographic Society is delighted to announce a new wellbeing project to bring photography to care homes in Bristol to celebrate the Her Majesty the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
This on-line course will be looking at experimental and conceptual image makers and how you can apply some of their techniques to your own work.
The Photobook Club and the RPS present a series of talks from photographers and artists. Kirsty Mackay will be discussing the book-making process of The Fish That Never Swam and My Favourite Colour is Yellow.
Anna Zhang, US-based photographer and designer who champions other young creatives, shares four of her own images.