The Analogue Group is open to anybody of any level of experience, including those who are brand new to analogue and wish to find out more. That is why we have put together a resource page exploring buying the right camera, understanding formats and buying film, a guide to shooting and more. You can download the PDF guide or browse through a number of external links.
Analogue photography has been enjoying a renaissance in recent years with the reintroduction of film stocks, the release of new cameras and the popularity of Lomo photography. Keep up-to-date here.
The Analogue Group hosts a series of events throughout the year including darkroom workshops, seminars, field trips and informal meet-ups. See upcoming events here.
To become a member of the Analogue group an annual subscription of £15.00 is required (see benefits below). Join the group now by visiting the RPS Special Interest Groups page.
About The Group
The group was formed in 2015 after being proposed in the October 2014 issues of The Journal, in an article titled ‘Back to our roots’. Since then the group has grown year on year to include members from all over the world.
As well as a series of events throughout the year (from darkroom workshops to informal meet-ups), the group produces newsletters, resources, a magazine, articles on the latest analogue news, a newly proposed members exhibition and social media platforms to share and discuss your analogue work and experiments.
The group encourages members of all levels of experience and interest. Whether you have had a lifelong career working with analogue photography and related areas or are experimenting as a complete ‘beginner’, you are welcome to join us and take part in exploring analogue’s many qualities.
The group is run by a committee of Analogue members, holding meetings throughout the year. Members are welcome, and encouraged, to join the committee or volunteer in any way you can. Read more about how to get involved and who is currently serving the committee here…
The Analogue Group releases a magazine every year with articles, discussion and members' work. You can view all previous issues by clicking here.
- 'Analogue' Magazine
- Member Exhibitions
- Film-Related News
- Informal Meet-ups
- Social Media