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Monthly Competition: Gardens

Open only to RPS members, the theme for JUNE is GARDENS. Open for entry: 1 - 30 June.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 24 May 2018

Fellowship May 2018

Our congratulations to those who have gained their Fellowship this May.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 24 May 2018

DIG Accolade

The launch of a new online publication by the Digital Imaging Group, to celebrate DIG members' recent Distinctions and find out more about their various journeys to success.

Added by SIG: Digital Imaging on 24 May 2018

Associate Applied Photography - May 2018

Our congratulations to those who have gained their ARPS in the Applied Photography category in May.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 23 May 2018

Nature Group Members' Annual Exhibition

The Nature Group Annual Members' Exhibition is open for entries.

Please note that you must be a member of the Nature Group, to be eligible to enter this competition.

Added by SIG: Nature on 22 May 2018

Photobook binding and making day a great success

Added by Region: East Midlands on 20 May 2018

In focus Friday - Spine marking

In this series of blog posts we take a look at strong documentary images from our members to provide an insight into the thought processes which went into making them.

Added by SIG: Documentary on 18 May 2018

Frans Lanting argues photography can help save the planet

Wildlife photographer Frans Lanting HonFRPS explains how the power of the lens can help conserve vulnerable species and environments.

Added by The RPS Journal on 17 May 2018

Is photography inherently creative?

The legal position when you take a photograph of a two-dimensional work of art, especially an out-of-copyright one, could be getting more confusing

Added by Region: Headquarters on 17 May 2018

Photographs with emotional impact

Images can make us smile, laugh, or cry - or somewhere in between. What series of images has an emotional impact on you?

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 17 May 2018