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2Nd Place Colours Of Luskentyre By Nigel Puttick LRPS
CREDIT: Nigel Puttick LRPS

RPS Landscape Group

Advancing the art of landscape photography

 Welcome to the Landscape Special Interest Group



The Landscape Special Interest Group


The Landscape Special Interest Group is dedicated to encouraging landscape photography and advancing the skills of its practitioners. Since its launch in 2016, the group has welcomed photographers of all levels, from beginners to experts, and offers a range of events, publications, and online platforms for members to share their work and collaborate with others. Landscape photography has a long history and has become one of the most popular forms of photography, with techniques such as intentional camera movement, multiple exposures, and the use of filters allowing photographers to capture the ephemeral beauty of landscapes.

The Landscape Special Interest Group aims to spread understanding of these techniques through practical use and collaboration. The group also produces a regular e-newsletter and a print magazine every 8 months, as well as offering opportunities for members to share their images through print and e-critique circles and a members-only Facebook Group.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the group follows guidelines for in-person events to ensure the safety of its members. 

Covid 19 guidelines for Events involving meeting in person.

Join the RPS Landscape Group here

1st Place Light Through The Beech Trees By Richard Inwood
CREDIT: Richard Inwood

Group News

RPS Landscape Group Newsletter - May 2023

We have a number of excellent articles in this month’s newsletter.  Candia Peterson writes about her journey back from the Landscape Group AGM and Conference and, in particular, her trip up the East Coast of the USA in atrocious weather, featuring snow and ice. Howard Klein writes about the damage that plastic litter is doing to the planet, both on land and sea.  Charana Jayasuriya writes about an online workshop “Taking Control of Colour”. 

We also feature a profile on David Travis our Circles Co-ordinator written by Peter Fortune. We will cover more Committee members in future issues

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3301617 Neil Purcell A Grey Day In Weston Super Mare
CREDIT: Neil Purcell

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