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February Favourite

Added by Chapter: Switzerland on 21 Mar 2019

Colin and Christine Prickett's Breaking Out Exhibition

Colin and Christine Prickett recently held a joint exhibition “Breaking Out” at the Rugby Art Gallery and Museum.

Added by SIG: Creative Eye on 20 Mar 2019

February's bi-monthly competition winners.

Added by SIG: Documentary on 18 Mar 2019

Celebrating St. Patrick's Day with Irish women photographers

To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, discover these Irish women photographers.

Added by SIG: Women in Photography on 17 Mar 2019

Format Derby 2019

A personal review of a visit to the Format 2019 event in Derby by Brian Steptoe.

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 15 Mar 2019

First Hundred Heroines medal presented to photographer Jillian Edelstein HonFRPS

Hundred Heroines is an RPS campaign that was created to celebrate the work of outstanding contemporary female photographers and photographic practioners.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 15 Mar 2019

Associate Fine Art Photography - March 2019

Our congratulations to those who have gained their Associate in Fine Art Photography in November 2019.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 14 Mar 2019

A Sideshow of a Sideshow

Last few days to see ‘A Sideshow of a Sideshow’ from Tom Hunter HonFRPS. London, UAL Photography and the Archive Research Centre until 15th March.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 13 Mar 2019

Martin Parr - Only Human at the National Portrait Gallery

Martin Parr is getting about this year. His latest wide-ranging retrospective ‘Only Human’ at the National Portrait Gallery from 7 March - 27 May 2019.

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 09 Mar 2019

ADVANCES Seeing real-world sonic 'booms'

Using a revolutionary schlieren imaging system called AirBOS, NASA scientists have captured images of real-world shock waves interacting from supersonic aircraft flying high above the Mojave Desert in California. The result could be a new generation of quiet supersonic transport.

Added by SIG: Imaging Science on 09 Mar 2019