The RPS’ innovative events programme, that brought free photography talks to people around the world during the pandemic, has also been recognised.
Kisielewski's work explores wide-ranging themes, from the struggles faced by Iceland’s transgender community to an ongoing examination of ‘the exotic’.
Three generations of the Johnston family ran a photography business in Caithness. Over 40,000 images from their collection are available online for the global community to enjoy.
Enjoy a new theme for our popular bi-monthly Members‘ Competition. Special guest selector Benedict Brain will choose the winning images. Theme: 'Photography for everyone'.
We are delighted to announce an online exhibition of International Members’ work. We are inviting all RPS international members to submit one image on the theme Windows on the World.
Photographed by Robert Bland Bird who was a member of the Royal Photographic Society from 1915 until his death in 1960, these 224 Autochromes have been donated to the RPS.
The Bursary is administered by The Society in partnership with The Guardian and offers £2000 for the production of a photographic essay on a social documentary issue.
The RPS in partnership with The Photographic Angle is offering a bursary to support a project promoting environmental awareness. It will provide £3000 towards project related costs.
Distinctions applicants have, for a long time, been able to use a book as a means of presentation but in this genre the photography led photobook is the genre itself.
Today is the 150 year anniversary of the death of Anna Atkins, the creator of the first publication illustrated with photographic images, the first ever 'photobook'.