From melting glaciers to nuclear bunkers, 'In Search of Frankenstein' reveals the present-day landscape that once inspired Mary Shelley’s groundbreaking novel.
Gareth Easton Danny and Fulmar
Feast for the Eyes shows the rich history of food photography from Warhol to Weegee.
Discussing McCullin’s latest photobook ‘The Landscape’, published by Jonathan Cape, 2018.
“I believe photographs may not be capable of doing the moral work for us, but they can trigger the process of social consciousness.”
Antony Penrose is a photographer and the son of surrealist and war documentary photographer Lee Miller.
A special day of talks hosted by the South East Region of the Royal Photographic Society.
Includes presentations by Martin Parr on his work and the Martin Parr Foundation, book signing and audience Q&A.
The first exhibition dedicated to leading dog photographer Thomas Fall – a member and Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society from 1883 to 1900.
A public exhibition in Parliament will mark 100 years of women achieving the vote. Your help will ensure that each photographer receives support to produce their portrait.
The competition which challenges filmmakers to make a film under 90 seconds. Closes: 29th September.