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Please note: RPS House is closed for our exhibition install. We will be open again from 10am on Friday 9th August 2024.

3787619 Mark Gorman Fishing Hut Venice Lagoon
CREDIT: Mark Gorman

Landscape Photography

For RPS Landscape Group Members

“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.

Welcome to the RPS Landscape Group's competitions page


Join in the fun and challenge your photography skills


1ST 4421745 Whitepocket Tree At Night
CREDIT: George Pearson

Monthly Competition


A monthly competition where members are invited to enter their landscape images and at the end of the month asked to vote for the top three. 

The winning images are displayed on the Landscape Group website, in newsletters, and on Facebook.


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Windy Day By Lindsay Southgate
CREDIT: Lindsay Southgate

Themed competition

Leading Lines in Landscapes

In photography, composition is king. And one of the most powerful tools for creating a strong composition is leading lines. These elements within your frame guide the viewer's eye around the image, drawing their attention to a specific point or subject.

In landscape photography, leading lines can be anything from a winding road to a row of telephone poles, the edge of a river, or even the architectural lines of a building.

The competition is open from July 1st.

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2Nd Place Autumn Turns To Winter By Ashley Franklin ARPS
CREDIT: Ashley Franklin ARPS


Collaborative Projects bringing together the best of photography from RPS Landscape Group members

The Landscape Group photography projects are run by RPS Landscape Group members for other members to collaborate and share their skills. 

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You may also like to know about the RPS Landscape Circles....

3Rd Place Icy Fingers By Peter Stott ARPS
CREDIT: Peter Stott ARPS

Join an RPS Landscape Circles


There are three circle groups running for Landscape Group Members: Processing, Print and Critique Circles.  Each group meets over Zoom or discusses images by email. Group size varies from 6 to 10 members. To join a circle, email the RPS Landscape Group Circles Co-ordinator David Travis ARPS at In your email, please say which type of circle you would like to join.

Find out more here

Terms and Conditions

Copyright remains with the originator and each photographer shall be deemed to warrant that they own the entire copyright in the work.

The RPS Landscape Group reserves the right to display any entry, without payment, on the Landscape Group's webpages and their Social posts. If we do so, we will always credit the photographer. When submitting your image please use the following naming convention (image-title-by-firstname-lastname).  In some cases, your photography may be entered for exhibition purposes which you will always be kept inform.

Please ensure that you read and agree with the above information before you submit your application. By submitting your application, you are agreeing to abide by the terms and conditions and the information set out above.

Thank you