Running since 2021, the annual Analogue Group exhibition brings together work from the RPS Analogue Group members, across a range of analogue practices; from silver gelatine to lith prints, with pocket-sized 35mm cameras to large format wet plate cameras and beyond.
'…we see the work of some of the best practitioners of analogue photography, not only traditional silver gelatine prints but also cyanotypes, wet plate images, intaglio, kalitypes and salt prints, lith prints and the more accessible hybrid (film to digital) images. We see the work of photographers who have recently discovered analogue techniques as well as those of us who remained faithful to our art.'
- Richard Williams LRPS
The 2024 Analogue Group Exhibition took place at The Heseltine Gallery in Middleton Cheney, running from Saturday 13th January 2024 to Thursday 25th January 2024, with 90 entries from 32 photographers – plus special exhibition prints from Carles Mitjà FRPS and Documentary Photographer of the year David Collyer FRPS.
View the exhibition in this short video on YouTube
The second annual group exhibition brought together sixty prints from members, hosted at the Solihull’s Courtyard Gallery in the Core Theatre from 5th-17th October 2022, before moving on to the Heseltine Gallery in Middleton Cheney from 11th January to 5th February 2023. An additional exhibition of Tony Lovell's ultra-large prints from his 10x8 New York series were also exhibited.