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3807386 Roger Creber Misty Valley New Forest
CREDIT: Roger Creber

RPS Landscape Group

Advancing the art of landscape photography

Welcome to the Landscape Special Interest Group's website


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.

Covid 19 guidelines for Events involving meeting in person.

Fairy Glen By Mark Hetherington
CREDIT: Mark Hetherington

Group News

Monthly Competition Winner Announcement 

RPS Landscape Group Members submitted another fantastic collection of images to the Landscape Group competition in November 2023.

Congratulations to: 

1st place: Fairy Glen by Mark Hetherington 👏

2nd place: Misty Drove Road by Ian IIes 👏

3rd place: Autumn Light by Sean Kitson LRPS 👏

RPS Landscape Group members are invited to submit their landscape photography to the December monthly competition and the next themed competition, ‘Urban Landscapes, ’ which runs until 21st December 2023.

View more here

“Landscape” photography is defined as the photographic portrayal of all elements of the land, sea and sky whether natural or built or influenced by human endeavour. Examples include mountains, hills, farmland, coasts, bodies of water, forests and populated and industrial areas. Images may be created using traditional or other techniques (including but not limited to infrared, multiple exposures, intentional camera movement, abstraction, minimalism and post-processing).

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Don’t forget to post your images and tag @rpslandscape to be featured on Instagram 

3767537 Mark Cresswell Arps Purple Mist
CREDIT: Mark Cresswell ARPS

Newsletters and other group documents

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