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Today is Hummingbird Day!

Get creative and share an image you believe to be beautiful using #RPS_Hummingbird_Day.

Added by SIG: Women in Photography on 31 Aug 2018

Kent, Garden of England: An Exhibition of garden landscape photography

'Kent, Garden of England’, is an exhibition of garden landscape photography by London RPS Member David Lewis ARPS. This is David's seventh exhibition, but his first in Bromley. On this occasion he is showing some of his work from an ongoing project to photograph Kent's major public gardens.

Added by Region: London on 30 Aug 2018

Don't forget - 31st August is Hummingbird Day

Choose an image you believe is beautiful and post online to celebrate Hummingbird Day.

Added by SIG: Women in Photography on 29 Aug 2018

Members Print Exhibition 2019

For those members who have been with us a few years you may recall that we organised a Members Print Exhibition in 2017. This was supported by around 25 members; each of their prints were shown at the Society HQ in Bath, Den Haag and Brussels. Given the success we thought we would repeat the idea in 2019.

Added by Chapter: Benelux on 29 Aug 2018

MyBrighton&Hove Photo Project

A review of the MyBrighton&Hove Photo Project in support of homeless people in Brighton & Hove.

Added by Region: South East on 29 Aug 2018

Early morning shoot at The South Devon Railway

Early morning at the South Devon Railway

Added by Region: South West on 26 Aug 2018

Hundred Heroines - Juno Calypso

Juno Calypso graduated from the London College of Communication in 2012. Her personal project ‘The Honeymoon’ was a series of self-portraits at honeymoon hotels in the USA, with wigs and lingerie, in acts of desire and disappointment.

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 24 Aug 2018

Tim Rudman’s final exhibition of ‘Iceland, An Uneasy Calm’

Currently the final venue of a 2-year tour

Added by SIG: Analogue on 23 Aug 2018

Identifying a wartime colour image from the RPS Collection

The location of a rare colour image of bomb damage to a London street c1941 has recently been identified.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 22 Aug 2018

Last few weeks: Karen Knorr – Another Way of Telling

Open for the last few weeks, Karen Knorr FRPS presents new work from India and Japan for the first time in the UK, in the museum dedicated to photography and its invention by Fox Talbot.

Added by SIG: Women in Photography on 18 Aug 2018