In this on-going series of 'in conversations' hear from leading individuals talk about how they use photography as artists, scientists, educators, publishers and curators.
"If you go into a huge project like capturing a pandemic you have to give it everything but also understand the importance of truth."
Science, cinema, fashion, education and publishing are just some of the areas covered by our Awards. Nominate your favourite photographic practitioner.
This is a worldwide open-call to photographers and image-makers, of all ages, to submit work for the exhibition. Submissions are encouraged from new, emerging and established photographers.
For 2021, the RPS is pleased to be supporting the Student Food Photographer of the Year category.
Win a Nikon camera in our bi-monthly Members‘ Competition. A special guest photographer will choose the winning images. Theme: 'Black and White'. Selector: Nikon ambassador Neil Burnell.
The series Lost Summer was created to highlight the sacrifices young people were making during the pandemic. Three images from the series won Tomlinson the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2020.
"Politicians and media constantly use the analogy of this being a war and the NHS staff being on the frontline. I have witnessed war and I can tell you that this is the opposite. War is devoid of humanity."
Now you can help decide who will win the People’s Choice Award in the Natural History Museum’s prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. You have 25 images to choose from.
As we enter a third lockdown we are publishing guidance specific to photography, and launching a new range of creative opportunities to help inspire and support people.