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Harry Borden’s work on Holocaust survivors

Read our March 2015 interview with portrait photographer Harry Borden HonFRPS where he discusses his series of images of holocaust survivors.

Added by The RPS Journal on 03 Feb 2017

Sir Harold Evans guest edits the Journal

We’re very proud of our current issue here at The RPS Journal – not least because it was guest edited by Sir Harold Evans, seminal editor and figurehead of photojournalism.

Added by The RPS Journal on 01 Feb 2017

Why I joined the RPS

The Journal team headed to the launch of the RPS International Print Exhibition 159 to ask members an important question

Added by The RPS Journal on 23 Jan 2017

Best of 2016

Members are invited to select their favourite image from the RPS website

Added by The RPS Journal on 02 Dec 2016

7 Steps to Self-Publishing

Bruno Ceschel, author of Self Publish Be Happy. A DIY Photobook Manual and Manifesto, shares his advice for would-be photobook self-publishers

Added by The RPS Journal on 27 Sep 2016

Desperately seeking Santa

The RPS Journal is looking for members to submit their best snaps of Mr. Claus for use in the December issue's festive feature.

Added by The RPS Journal on 15 Sep 2016

Photographing Her Majesty

Following Her Majesty's birthday celebrations this past weekend, we place the spotlight on some of the fantastic images members submitted to June's special edition Journal.

Added by The RPS Journal on 13 Jun 2016

RPS Journal: Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Special

Thanks to Society members, the Journal team received a huge number of fantastic images of Queen Elizabeth II for June's special celebratory edition of the publication.

Added by The RPS Journal on 26 May 2016

RPS Journal wins at MemCom 2016

The Journal wins Best Membership Magazine (Sport and Recreation) at the MemCom Awards 2016

Added by The RPS Journal on 20 May 2016

Five-step guide to Licentiate success

Filled with practical information and useful resources, our step-by-step guide will aid you on your journey to achieving your Licentiate Distinction.

Added by The RPS Journal on 06 May 2016