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CREDIT: Azim Khan Ronnie


To enter wherever you are in the world
CREDIT: Luca Tombolini

International Photography Exhibition 163

The International Photography Exhibition 163 is now open for entries! 

We are inviting photographers worldwide to submit their work. The open-call welcomes submissions from new, emerging and established photographers of all ages, working in any subject or genre. 

Enter by 1 March for a chance to win a copy of the award-winning photobook Zaido by Yukari Chikura.

Closes: 27 April 2021
Neil Burnell
CREDIT: Neil Burnell

Exposure competition

Win a Nikon camera!

Exposure runs bi-monthly, with a special guest photographer selecting their favourite winning images. 

Submit your photos in response to a theme and be in with a chance of winning a multi award-winning full frame, mirrorless Nikon Z6 and Z 24-70mm f/4 S lens (worth c£2,000). The winning images will be published in the RPS Journal.

Exposure is open to all RPS members. You will be required to re-register when you enter. This competition is supported by Nikon

Closes: 14 March 2021 ('Black and White' theme)
Sue Flood FRPS

Science Photographer of the Year

Science Photographer of the Year shows how photography enables scientific research, captures its results and highlights the many ways that science impacts our daily lives.

Images come from researchers, professional and amateur photographers and students at university and at school. The images are chosen without regards to the experience of the photographer or the equipment used, a good idea and keen eye is all that is needed.

Follow the link to discover the winning images from the 2020 competition along with many other exciting resources to explore.

Currently closed. View SPotY 2020 here