When the UK went into lockdown, Julia asked people in her west London neighbourhood whether she could photograph them.
Waite, who has been photographing landscapes for almost 40 years, has missed spending time in the locations he loves.
As a superintendent radiographer working during the Covid-19 pandemic, Kyle Tallett FRPS has found himself on the frontline and decided to photograph his colleagues as they helped diagnose case after case of the virus.
In the early days of the pandemic a group of maritime workers found themselves in limbo, unable to escape an ocean-locked ‘bubble’.
"The pandemic has reminded everyone just how important the NHS and those that work in it are"
Tomlinson used the first lockdown to create the series Lost Summer, highlighting the sacrifices young people were making.
Paul created a personal project as part of his own recovery from COVID19 Coronavirus and dealing with the subsequent lockdown.
The global COVID-19 pandemic and the response to it has had massive health, financial, social and psychological ramifications; ten million infections and half a million deaths.
This set is deliberately limited to 13 photos because being infected by the SARS-CoV-2 virus can sadly prove to be very unlucky.
Lockdown restrictions were relaxed on 13 May when we were allowed to travel further and to exercise for periods longer than an hour.
“I was fascinated by how people being interviewed on television were using Zoom, Skype, and FaceTime in differing & DIY ways..."
A series of photographs taken from a Kolkata rooftop during lockdown became a cherished catalogue of a unique time.
"I found that the vague sense of personal dread that pervades much of my output suddenly found a focus in the genuinely existential threat of the virus."
The project combines an image taken daily during the Covid-19 crisis with a news headline from that same morning.
Beattie's fight with anxiety and depression using photography as his weapon of choice was recently covered in a BBC news article.
"My project ‘Separation’ is about my feelings following the loss of personal contact with my young grandchildren during the first lockdown."
"The pandemic changed the world we know within a matter of weeks. As a GP principal and trainer, I was used to practising in a certain way."
"Bad situation all around, Covid-19 will change everything. Economy down the tube is the least of anyone’s real worries; it’s the health of the nation that matters."
"The ethics of documenting this extremely emotive historical period of the COVID-19 pandemic were of the utmost importance."
"I wanted to create a series of portraits to celebrate the NHS and members of staff that have had to switch from their normal roles within the hospital to working on the frontline."
"Not only health care workers, but patients from rural areas also became victims of COVID-19 stigma."
"I think it would be great if as members of The RPS we photographed residents in the streets or locality we all live... to celebrate VE Day..."
Kitchingman's experience of how the RPS Distinctions team and volunteers adapted the process due to the pandemic.
Guidance for those working as professionals, studying photography, and as amateurs under new lockdown restrictions.
Spearheaded by the Duchess, Patron of the RPS and National Portrait Gallery, ‘Hold Still’ created a unique portrait of the people of our nation.
The competition aimed to give UK young people a voice. Positive View Foundation is a youth charity supported by The Arts Council and RPS.
The Covid-19 pandemic had a huge impact on global industry with many companies furloughing or laying off staff or closing down.
The Duchess of Cambridge and National Portrait Gallery launched the Hold Still digital exhibition, featuring 100 portraits selected from over 30,000 submissions.
The UK's first high-profile photography prize exclusively focused on young people attracted over 3,500 submissions.