Whether you are working digitally, using film or experimenting with more traditional processes, all subjects, genres and styles of photography can be entered into many of our competitions. Open to members and frequently non-members too, take a look at the opportunities available for you to enter your images.


Esperanca Ventura Batata by Joao Mario

International Images for Screen

Members and non members are invited to submit images for the RPS 2014 International Images for Screen Exhibition. The three Categories this year are Open (Creative), Open (Traditional) and Nature. Entry closed: Wednesday 6th August 2014.

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Sea in Giant Causeway by Yongjia Peng

2015 Members Biennial

Calling all RPS Members – This is a great opportunity to become part of a UK touring exhibition organised by the exhibitions department at The Society’s HQ. Entry is free, submission is online and we are encouraging members of all levels of photographic ability to participate.

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Mike Kwasniak

Monthly Competition

A perfect opportunity to experiment with photography and enter your images into this popular competition. There is a different theme each month which is designed to inspire you into trying something new. Entry is free and open to all RPS members.

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Books on Photobooks

Photobook Exhibition

Entry is now open for The Society Photobook Exhibition 2014. Closing date 1 September 2014. Open to members only, this new addition to our exhibition programme is your opportunity to join the growing interest in creation of photobooks.

How to enter→

Exhibition Quotes

Carol Ann Storey

”The Society, with its unmatchable image on the global stage, represents the very best of all photographic practices . To have been selected for the exhibition amongst artists whose brand of photography I admire, was a unique privilege.“

Carol Ann Storey
Susan de Witt

”I'm thrilled and honoured to be chosen for this prestigious show. Thank you to all the selectors.“

Susan de Witt, Photographer selected for the International Print Exhibition 157