RPS Digital Imaging provides stimulating and inspiring opportunities for everyone to learn and improve their photography, whether that be processing techniques, the use of software or the art of photography. We are not genre specific and aim to support and promote all photographers using digital imaging.
Photoshop Processing Tips & Tricks with Ross McKelvey
2nd July 2022, Online.
This photoshop tutorial will feature a live image-editing demonstration of a host of tips and tricks for Photoshop processing, ranging from photoshop settings for brush control and colour settings through to common shortcuts, basic actions, use of textures, etc. Ross will demonstrate simple actions that will allow you to perform everyday tasks with the click of a button.
Booking will be via EventBrite
Monthly Competition Winner
Chris Cumming is the winner for the May competition with his image Two Swimmers Above Me. He took this photo of The Sky Pool one sunny Saturday while walking 'Oval to Battersea,' a walk expertly organised and led by RPS London. He loved the way the light was shining through the water and pointed his camera up. It just goes to show that it always pays to look up!
Second was Beach Abstract by Val Walker ARPS and third was White Chrysanthemum by Chris Griffin.
You too have the chance to see your photo on this page. Every DI member is invited to submit an entry each month to the monthly competition. Voting is open to all. Email your entries to our deputy web editor Kenneth Ness at any time during each month. Voting will take place during the first ten days of the succeeding month. Entries should be no more than 1000 pixels wide.
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