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CREDIT: Bob Darts LRPS

Digital Imaging Eastern

Inspiring and invigorating for all our members, regardless of genre, both aesthetically and technically.

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CREDIT: Kevin Maskell FRPS

 

Welcome to DIG Eastern!  We are a sub-group of the RPS Digital Imaging Group providing events in and around the East Anglia area.  You do not have to be an RPS member to attend our events, everyone is welcome.  

More information about our events can be found below or by emailing the Centre Organiser, Mark Gillett

We are interested in all aspects of digital photography; both artistic and technical, regardless of genre.  Our Features section below shows the wide variety of our members' photographic interests.

If you would like more information about joining the Digital Imaging Group please click here

 

For the latest RPS coronavirus guidance go to the Covid-19 page

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CREDIT: Mike Stringer LRPS

Events

A selection of RPS online events free to DIG members

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CREDIT: Jane Moore LRPS

Features

New this month: 'In Praise of Shadows' by Jane Moore LRPS

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CREDIT: Roger Newark LRPS

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In the Spotlight...

A regular feature where we invite one of our members to talk about an image that we think deserves to be in the spotlight.....

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The Three Kings

“I took this image during one of those moments when Mother Nature’s elements came together to produce a scene that took my breath away and just had to be photographed.

Although these trees have been photographed on many occasions, this was my first visit to the banks of the River Stour in Suffolk and I was so pleased to have been there to witness the early dawn light illuminating the scene – a really magical experience.

I took the photograph using a Canon 5D MkIII fitted with a Canon EF16-35mm at 21mm. 1/4th at f11, ISO100”

Bob Darts LRPS