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Please sign up here to take part in London's 2016 project "Breathing London" - a project to photograph the diversity of London's Open Spaces.
Over all the London Boroughs
A joint exhibition of work from Jane Hilton Hon FRPS and Rakesh Mohindra
Charing Cross Underground Arcade, London WC2
London Naturally are offering an informal Sunday morning stroll to introduce photographers to the wonders of the Woodberry Wetlands site. There will be an opportunity to photograph a variety of nature, wildlife and urban landscapes at this impressive newly opened site.
Manor House Underground Station
First Tuesday will visit City of London and Cripplegate Photographic Society to hear Guest Speaker Luke Dodds
On June 8th the London Region will be holding an ARPS Advisory Day For the categories Travel, Conceptual and Contemporary
London, The Nikon Centre for Excellence
RPS London region will be running the Organisation and Library module workshop in this series of Adobe Lightroom Workshops led by Julian Rouse LRPS, Adobe Lightroom certified expert. The workshop is aimed at photographers who want to get the best out of the organisation & library part of the Lightroom workflow. There will be a maximum of 9 delegates on the course to ensure a good level of personal attention can be given.
Ideas Store Whitechapel, London
Regular Monthly Meeting of the SW London Group
The Prince of Wales
In addition to judging the monthly Breathing London competition, landscape and wildlife photographer Robert Canis will be leading workshops during the course of the project to inspire Breathing Londoners.
We’re pleased to announce that we have obtained special permission for the second of these will take place on Wednesday evening, 15th June in Battersea Park. Full details will be published shortly.
Battersea, London SW11
This month we have a change of venue and a change of date. We will be meeting in the Photographers' Gallery bookshop where one of the bookshop managers will be giving a talk and we will have the opportunity to browse too...!
The Photographers' Gallery Bookshop
Paul Strand talk at the V&A to accompany the major exhibition