The Digital Imaging Group (aka 'DIG') was formed in 1996 when camera club photographers first began to use digital cameras. This group of early adopters aimed to help one another when information and support resources were scarce. This philosophy is still at the heart of RPS Digital Imaging and forms the bedrock of our activities. We aim to promote the art and the craft of digital imaging, to provide a context where all members can improve their digital photography. Unlike other Special Interest Groups (SIGs) in the RPS, Digital Imaging is not dedicated to a specific genre of photography. The recent rise of popular AI (artificial intelligence) is currently proving both a challenge and an opportunity for us: visit our AI Hub to read more..
Digital Imaging runs a rich programme of online events and workshops throughout the year, with several publications, opportunities to showcase your work and to share images and experience. Explore the links below or visit What We Do to find lots of information to help you engage and enjoy your Digital Imaging membership, whether you are a UK or overseas member.
Digital Imaging membership is open to all existing and new RPS members. If you wish, you can sign up for Digital Imaging Online membership at half the full membership fee. All the benefits of membership are the same, the only difference is that you read the magazines and catalogues online.
A new look for our annual competition, with six rounds of themed entries over the year. Voting in rounds 1-5 by members, and expert assessment in round 6 to find the winner of the trophy.
Each theme is announced 2 months before the submission date, to give you time to take work especially for the competition. Submissions can be viewed on our dedicated competition site.
Learn how making images with your mobile phone can make you a better photographer, and how various apps can enable you to craft creative, expressive images in this “beyond the basics” presentation.
Charles will briefly touch on some of the hidden native camera features in an iPhone, and then discuss key shooting and editing apps in a "live" demonstration format with his phone projected on the screen so you can follow along.
Did you know that we run several peer support circles, open to all members? There are critique, project and post-processing circles run online via Zoom meetings, and a postal group to circulate and critique folios of prints.
Find out more on our What we do page.
Join RPS Digital Imaging
To join, log into the member portal, and click the Join a Specialist Group button. If you have problems, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your query. (If you have recently joined the group and haven't heard anything from us, please contact Jean Robson so we can welcome you properly.)