The Royal Photographic Society is the world's oldest national photographic society and the oldest photographic society in continual existence since its foundation.
Kate Middleton becomes honorary member of the Royal Photographic Society
excellent funding opportunities from the Royal Photographic Society httpâ€¦
excellent funding opportunities from the Royal Photographic Society
Just seen Labour amendment to my motion on Royal Photographic Society collection leaving money. Pretty disappointing stuff.
I received a distinction from The Royal Photographic Society
tomorrow is also the start of my mission to gain a Royal Photographic Society Distinction before the end of 2016 ðŸ˜Š
Royal Photographic Society 'not consulted over collection move' from Bradford to London
Royal Photographic Society 'not consulted over collection move' turning
So it's finally emerging just how deeply murky dealings with and have been..
Don't think the SMG and V&A could've handled this in a more arrogant & f**king dismissive way if they'd tried.
Royal Photographic Society 'not consulted over collection move' This is shameful stuff from NMeM and its leadership.
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Royal Photographic Society not consulted over collection move
Not been to see The Royal Photographic Society Exhibition yet? There's still time! The exhibition is on display until 23rd Mar
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Royal Photographic Society 'not consulted over photo move' to London. Chair says he'd like it to stay in Bradford
Eight curators and exhibition staff including head curator of photography made redundant this week at Bradford's NMM htâ€¦
8 curators and exhibition staff made redundant at National Media Museum including curator of photos
Royal Photographic Society 'not consulted over collection move'
"Royal Commonwealth Society : Photographic panoramas of Hong Kong, Canton, and Macau." Those. I should try again, it's creative commons.
The OU and The Royal Photographic Society have launched a 10-week digital photography course. For more...
Just been advised by the Royal Photographic Society that my next 2 day wedding workshop in August has 10...
At Bath for a Royal Photographic Society Celebration of Distinctions with Roy Robertson, Andy Moore and Simon...
With at a Royal Photographic Society display in Bath
Excellent two days with the Pictorial and Creative assessment panels at The Royal Photographic Society in Bath.
Coming soon: Bleeding London at City Hall via and Royal Photographic Society
Sticking to the letter of the law on public photography: According to the Royal Photographic Society, the taki...
Put some in your week. Preview evening of Royal Photographic Society's exhibition at Thursday. httâ€¦
Great day: received my certificate for Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society from John Chamberlin FRPS.
Diary/Journal I gained a Distinction from the Royal Photographic Society (LRPS)
On my way to Bath for today's Celebration of Distinctions at the Hilton Hotel. One Royal Photographic Society...
I have updated my web page with a load more photographs: - More portraits of choir members: The Choir. - A new collection of Landscapes. - A new collection of photos of no specific place, person or subject: just Here & There. - The panel of 10 photos that I successfully put forward for the Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society distinction. Please have a look, and share with others. All comments are welcome, both positive and negative!
We are honoured that the RA&HS will have a photographic exhibition at the Hawke Centre, showcasing 175 years.
I'm selling these Royal Photographic Society cufflinks the perfect gift for a photographer
I am very pleased to have been awarded a Licentiateship distinction by the Royal Photographic Society with this...
LCA artist Hugh Turvey accepted an Honorary Fellowship from the Royal Photographic Society.
Just a reminder that on Wednesday evening Sue Dunham will be presenting images from this yearâ€™s Southampton International Exhibition. The exhibition has been going for over 100 years and although at first it was local it has grown into a major international show. It is run under the patronage of La Federation Internationale de lâ€™Art Photographique, the Photographic Society of America and the Royal Photographic Society. Sue has helped organise the event for many years and we are very lucky to have the opportunity to see these outstanding images at our club. I hope that you will all come along and enjoy what should be a thought provoking evening. See you then.
Maria Falconer's new exhibition, 'Dancing with Light' is now open at DÃ©da Derby until May 31st. A Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and a graduate of the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Maria Falconer's work combines her two passions; dance and imagery. Working with choreographers, dancers and theatre companies, she creates both promotional images and documentations of the art of the choreographic process during rehearsals. Dancing with Light March 6th - May 31st 2014 DÃ©da Derby Chapel St. Derby DE1 3GU See more of Maria's work at: Image Â© Nigel Tooby Lambda C-type printing & Perspex Perspex Face Mount by Genesis Imaging
The next Old Drogheda Society lecture will be "A Trip Down Memory Lane" by well known Drogheda photographer, Des Clinton, in the Governor's House, Millmount on Wednesday February 26th at 8 pm. This illustrated lecture will show a selection of photographs of Drogheda and it's people over the last hundred years and. Des will also demonstrate the various cameras used over the years. Des Clinton is a Fellow of both the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain and the Irish Photographic Federation. In 2010 he gained the Masterâ€™s distinction in photography with the world body of photography FIAP. He has won many accolades and awards at national and international level over this time. He was recently presented the prestigious Fenton Medal of the RPS for his photography. Des loves to share his own and other photographersâ€™ images collected over the years. There will be a bookshop on the night and all are welcome
Harold Cazneaux (30 March 1878 â€“ 19 June 1953) was an Australian pictorialist photographer; a pioneer whose style had an indelible impact on the development of Australian photographic history. In 1916, he was a founder of the Pictorialist Sydney Camera Circle. As a regular participator in national and international exhibitions, Cazneaux was unfaltering in his desire to contribute to the discussion about the photography of his times. He created some of the most memorable images of the early twentieth century. Biography: Harold Pierce Cazneau (he added an "x" to his surname in 1904 to acknowledge his Huguenot ancestry) was born in Wellington, New Zealand to Australian parents who returned home after some years. For many years, Cazneauxâ€™s prints were exhibited in shows organised by the London Salon of Photography (1911 to 1952) and later included in the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britainâ€™s annual salons. In 1914 he won Kodak's "Happy Moment" competition, and the Â£100 prize money went to a dep ...
Wonderful to see world-renowned Magnum Photographer Martin Parr & George Bull at Cameron Balloons today. Martin was taking photographs of Cameron Balloons as part of Multistory's 'Open for Business' touring programme for 2014. This exciting touring exhibition of 100 prints will show British manufacturing and industry captured through the lens of some of the worldâ€™s greatest photographers and we were delighted to be chosen to be part of it. 'It really was fantastic to meet them both and all of us at Cameron Balloons are very excited to be part of the 'Open For Business' project and cannot wait to see Martinâ€™s photographs of us at work in the exhibition.' - Hannah Cameron Martin is a very famous photographer and he has been awarded many prizes - some of his recent ones include... Centenary Award, Royal Photographic Society. Photo Espania Award for Photographic achievement. Japanese Photographic Society, International Award for contribution towards promoting Japanese photographic book publishing. Honorar ...
There is Nothing In The Garden - the Royal Photographic Society meets poetry
Martin is a qualfied Master Photographer with the Master Photographers Association and the Guild of Photographers. He is also a Distinction holder with the Royal Photographic Society and a friend of Wentbridge House.
RSA Fellows will swarm London this weekend along with members of the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) and close out a 24-hour long photo shoot at the RSA â€“ where the Â RPS was founded in 1853.
Royal Photographic Society - Scottish Members Print Exhibition now on at Eden Court Theater, Inverness. Showcasing the quality work of Scottish Photographers including 6 from the Highlands... get along, get inspired.
Happy new year to all my followers! It's been one *** of a 2012 for me - continuing work for Pantherella, having two paid landscape commissions in Outdoor Photography magazine, working for HJ Hall Socks, capturing a few weddings, getting a campervan to help with my landscape photography, expanding my nature work, being selected in the top 100 of the Royal Photographic Society's Biennial, getting a studio and even photographing Peter Jones! I look forward to seeing where 2013 takes me! Thanks for being part of the journey so far... stick around, because it's only just getting interesting...
Pep Ventosa's work is focused on an exploration of the medium itself--deconstructing and reconstructing photographic images to create new visual experiences. His photographs have received top honors, exhibited in the U.S., U.K., Spain, Germany, France and Switzerland, and been jury selected for special exhibitions by the late Robert Rosenblum, curator of 20th Century Art at New Yorkâ€™s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; the Pritzker Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; and the Royal Photographic Society of Madrid, among others. Ventosa's work is in the permanent collection of the Crocker Art Museum and his creative work processes are used as a teaching guide for photography students. A Catalan born in 1957 in Vilafranca del PenedÃ¨s, near Barcelona, his lifelong passion for photography began with his first camera at the age of 10. He went on to learn the mechanics of the darkroom at Spain's Escola dâ€™Arts i Oficis ArtÃstics de lâ€™Alt PenedÃ¨s and later taught himself the possibilities of t ...
A top UK photographer who has exhibited at The National Portrait Gallery, The Royal Photographic Society, National Geographic Society, Oxford House, The Photographers Gallery etc. said this about my portraits: "The way in which you go about photographing is inspiring - with love, sincerity, respect and courage. I look forward to seeing more...". Neat!
Marcus Bleasdale has been recognized by the Royal Photographic Society for the 2012 Hood Medal for meritorious performance in photography with particular emphasis on photography for public service.
This weekend in Bath: 'Sport for All' at The Royal Photographic Society's pop-up exhibition via
Celebrating a Summer of Sport in Bath city centre: The Royal Photographic Society (RPS) opens...
A summer of Sport: exhibition opens in Bath - The Royal Photographic Society
Led by Dr. Michael Pritchard of the Royal Photographic Society will be leading the special print auction designed to support next year's edition of the London Festival of Photography.
e Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) is to host a major photographic exhibition by Maurice Joseph FRGS ARPS and Norma Joseph FRGS FRSGS entitled 'And the Dawn Came up like Thunder' that follows in the footsteps of the Scottish adventurer Dr Henry Cadell. The exhibition, sponsored by Olympus Cameras, opens on 16 November 2002 and runs until 5 January 2003, repeats the 2,150km journey Cadell made more than 100 years ago from the source of Burma's great Irrawaddy River to the Sea. Taking its title from an extract from Kipling's poem based on the Irrawaddy; The Road to Mandalay, the exhibition was inspired by Cadell's detailed notes and illustrations discovered in the archives of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society (RSGS) where he was the former Vice President. The first study of the Irrawaddy since Cadell's original adventure in 1899, the exhibition brings together three key crucial organisations: the Royal Photographic Society, the Royal Geographic Society and the aforementioned RSGS. Starting their ...
Images from the official print sales website of the Science Museum, National Railway Museum and National Media Museum, incorporating the Royal Photographic Society Collection.
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