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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.

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


The position of Digital Imaging Eastern Centre Organiser is currently vacant.  If you are interested in volunteering for this role or you would just like to find out more about it, please contact Digital Imaging Group Co Chairs Rex Waygood & Deborah Loth at


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CREDIT: Bruce Deacon LRPS


A selection of RPS online events free to DIG members

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Sharon Powell Dahlia Soft Focus
CREDIT: Sharon Powell


New this month: 'Learn Online with the OU' by Sharon Powell

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CREDIT: Kevin Maskell FRPS


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In the Spotlight...

72 Elegance


"This photograph of a single Gerbera flower was taken indoors, on an overcast day, using natural light from a large window.  This provided soft, gentle lighting which suited the delicacy of the flower. 

I considered cutting the long stem shorter, to give a more conventional view of a flower in a vase.  However, I liked the quirkiness of the long curvaceous stem which I thought gave it a tall, elegant appearance.  The few fallen petals at the base I think helps balance the image. 

I also enjoyed the limited colour palette and added a gentle cream textured layer to the background to complete the colour harmony."

Adele Gibson LRPS