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A serious exhibition space in Leeds

The White Cloth Gallery in Leeds is looking for work by Yorkshire photographers

Added by Region: Yorkshire on 21 May 2016

Concerned Photographer?

The Documentary Photographer of the Year Competition is now open to all RPS members and the website has links to some informative and stimulating material.

Added by Region: Yorkshire on 14 May 2016

A different look at the landscape

Two workshops in the Peak District will inspire any photographer, whether they think of themselves as a landscape photographer or not.

Added by Region: Yorkshire on 08 May 2016

Ian hopes to inspire others

Ian Day of the Yorkshire Post is awarded a Fellowship of the RPS

Added by Region: Yorkshire on 26 Feb 2016

Yorkshire Members Photography at HIVE

Harrogate International Visual Arts Expo have invited RPS Yorkshire Members to take part in this years exhibition, held at the Harrogate International Conference Centre.

Added by Region: Yorkshire on 24 Aug 2015

'Lifeblood: The River Thames and The Landscape That Surrounds It'

Exhibition by Chris Ceasar -
'Lifeblood: The River Thames and The Landscape That Surrounds It'

Added by Region: Yorkshire on 24 Aug 2015

A Personal Touch

A touch of imaging reaps rewards for an LRPS candidate.

Added by SIG: Travel on 14 Jul 2015

Nigel looks at the price of money

North-East contemporary group member Nigel Tooby launches another showcase of his works in this often thought-provoking exhibition which opened at the Artspace Gallery, The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber from Saturday, January 17 until Saturday, March 1, 2015.

Added by Region: Yorkshire on 17 Jan 2015

Coal Fields Exhibition

A legacy of the miners' strike

Added by Region: Yorkshire on 06 Sep 2014

A miner matter

A personal look at a story which is going to run and run and which clearly has two very distinct sides.

Added by Region: Yorkshire on 08 Mar 2014