Terence Donovan FRPS was the Big Man of the Black Trinity and a keen judoka. He collaborated with Kashiwazaki on Fighting Judo.
Robert Frank's The Americans with an Introduction by Jack Kerouac is the iconic photo-documentary of post-war America.
Landscape and still life photographers owe a debt to French inventor, Jules Carpentier, and to Austrian army captain, Theodor Scheimpflug.
Anna Atkins, the first woman photographer and the first photographer to use photography to illustrate a book.
Ilford Multigrade is a variable contrast black and white printing paper invented by F.F. Renwick HonFRPS, a Past President of the RPS.
RPS distinctions are one of the most widely recognised and respected photography qualifications throughout the world.
From Monty Python, via the Ancient Greeks and Soviet Russia, to the new RPS Strategy 2021-2026 "Photography for Everyone".
The control of modern government and the propagandist power of social media find a 'connection' to Hitler’s Third Reich.
“Kodachrome is more than a film, it’s a pop culture icon,” said Todd Gustavson, curator at the George Eastman museum.
To coincide with International Women’s Day a celebration of the women journalists who covered the Vietnam war.
A surprising connection between the Anglo-Saxons, two Associates of the RPS and the new Netflix feature film, The Dig.
A link between our President's home town of Harrogate, Picture Post magazine, and the Hulton Getty picture library.
Our new President, Simon Hill HonFRPS, shares his blogging ambitions in the first of this new series of President's News.