We will be running two events per Distinction (Licentiate, Associate, Fellowship) to allow members and and non-members from around the world to join us at their convenience.
Magnum photographer Steele-Perkins will be talking about his project “The New Londoners” which is a celebration of migrant families from around the world, now living in London.
Photographed in her West London neighbourhood, Fullerton-Batten's project set during the Covid-19 lockdown, captures feelings of isolation, longing and loss.
Working with Pine Martens and remote camera triggers. Getting closer to the wildlife without getting in their way.
This free virtual gallery will allow you to visit and interact with the exhibition wherever you are in the world.
With Covid-19 preventing face-to-face meetings, Mike Kitchingman embraced the Distinctions Department's move to the virtual world to keep alive his long held hope of an LRPS.
This new ten week offering will make the perfect partner for the popular Digital Photography: Creating and Sharing Better Images course.
We are pleased to offer a 20% discount on new memberships to anyone who attends an online event before 30 September.
The competition aimed to raise money for The Trussell Trust, a charity that supports a nationwide network of food banks.
Being Inbetween is a photographic portrait series documenting and exploring the thoughts and feelings of girls aged between ten and twelve.
For 2021, the RPS is pleased to be supporting the Student Food Photographer of the Year category.
A special guest photographer will select their favourite winning images. The second theme is 'Socially Distanced Summer'.