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Grace at the Magic Gallery

The second show in our series of emerging talent to exhibit alongside Honorary Fellow Brian Griffin’s Himmelstrasse is Kym Cox’s ‘Grace’ series. ‘Grace’ opens this Thursday, 11th August. All welcome.

Added by Region: London on 08 Aug 2016

On My Doorstep

This is the first of a planned series of 1-day training workshops to be held around the country specifically aimed at new members of the Travel Group or those whose camera skills are still at a basic level and wish to improve.

Added by SIG: Travel on 05 Aug 2016

Applying for an RPS Distinction?

Advice from a Travel Group Master

Added by SIG: Travel on 05 Aug 2016

Field trip to Godolphin House

Report and images from the day

Added by Region: South West on 03 Aug 2016

Fine Art Photography

From 2017, The Creative and Pictorial categories* will merge under a new name, called “Fine Art Photography”

Added by Region: Headquarters on 02 Aug 2016

RPS Photobook Exhibition

A short update on the RPS Photobook Exhibition which closed for entries on 31 July 2016.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 02 Aug 2016

Members' Monthly Competition: The World of Sports

The theme for this month's members' competition is The World of Sports. Submit 5 of your favourite sport related images before 31 August.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 01 Aug 2016

Robert Canis's Blog for August

August is a month when not a great deal happens in the countryside and London’s green spaces.

Added by Region: London on 01 Aug 2016

Jerwood/Photoworks Awards

The prestigious Jerwood/Photoworks Awards are now open for entries. As well as national and international recognition, the award winners receive:

Added by Region: London on 31 Jul 2016

Future Perfect: What does appropriation say about us?

The sheer quantity of images online is a collective archive that represents us today. Using appropriation of these images to make new works of art Penelope Umbrico wants to know why we take and share photographs and what it says about us as humans.

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 31 Jul 2016