Awards

The Society's Awards are made annually to individuals who have made significant contributions to the art and science of photography and across all areas of imaging

The Society has made Awards to international photographers and those working in photography since 1878 when its Progress medal was first awarded. They are awarded annually and cover fifteen categories from photographers through to those working as photographic scientists, curators and educators. The Society also awards Honorary Fellowships of The Society – an honour it first bestowed in 1895. 

Nominate

Nominations for the 2015 Awards are now open. Download a form here.

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Recent Ceremonies

Reviews of previous ceremonies. Learn more about previous winners here.

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History

Fifteen categories across the art and science of photography back to 1878

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Featured Recipients

Features from RPS magazines on recipients at our annual awards.

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Drawn by Light exhibition

Awards

Professor Brian Griffin HonFRPS

”What a wonderful experience for me it was to receive my medal. What a wonderful evening! I experienced butterflies for the first time in my life!“

Professor Brian Griffin HonFRPS, Centenary Medal Winner 2013, HonFRPS | Showcase→
Giles Duley by Sally Smart crop

”As a photographer you tend to work a lot in isolation, especially in the type of work I do, so it means a lot to get recognition from your peers. Receiving an RPS Fellowship means the world.“

Giles Duley HonFRPS | Showcase→