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Weekend events Advisory Day and Peter Paterson talks

Some detail of our weekend of 25th/26th November 2017

Added by Region: South West on 29 Nov 2017

Combined Royal Colleges Medal Lecture 2017

Craniofacial Analysis and Depiction

Added by SIG: Nature on 27 Nov 2017

No treat, no smile

I’ve always loved the location of the RPS Rollright Visual Art Group meetings, approaching them as you do – from every direction – through the rolling Cotswold hills. The morning of the November 2017 meeting was bathed in beautiful sunshine, and the visual calm of the frost (and snow for some) was a picture that had stood the test of time for hundreds of years.

Added by SIG: Visual Art on 25 Nov 2017

The Togcast by Dawn S. Black ARPS

Dawn Black introduces Togcast, a bi-weekly podcast offering a platform for some of our leading landscape and travel photographers.

Added by SIG: Landscape on 25 Nov 2017

A Round-Up of the Latest Analogue News

An update from Kodak regarding its Ektrachrome film, a lawsuit between Polaroid and Fujifilm, and a newly discovered tintype.

Added by SIG: Analogue on 24 Nov 2017

Fellowships November 2017

Our congratulations to those who have gained their FRPS this November.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 24 Nov 2017

In Focus Friday - The diversity of life

In this series of blog posts we take a look at strong documentary images from our members to provide an insight into the thought processes (and technical processes) which went into making them.

Added by SIG: Documentary on 24 Nov 2017

Creative Group Members’ Exhibition

The Creative Group Members’ Exhibition at Fenton House

Added by SIG: Creative on 23 Nov 2017

POP: A Life In Music and Pictures

Brian Griffin Hon FRPS in conversation with Terry Rawlings about his new book ‘POP: A Life In Music and Pictures’.

Added by Region: London on 18 Nov 2017

The RPS Field Trip 17 November 2017

A field trip was organized for The RPS members along with SBCF Shutter Bugs. The subject of this field trip was the iconic ship of the desert, the camel. The desert weather had substantially cooled down. The members had a field day photographing the camel races.

Added by Chapter: Dubai on 17 Nov 2017