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Mimi Mollica FRPS

Welcome to our Hundred Heroine Ambassadors, who we’ll be featuring on the blog as they arrive at the Embassy.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 24 Jul 2018

Art Science Symposium Call for Papers

A Call for Papers has been issued for "Transactions: Imaging | Art | Science", a two-day interdisciplinary symposium that will be held at the University of Westminster, London on 26th-27th April 2019

Added by SIG: Imaging Science on 23 Jul 2018

Hashtag hundredheroines

Our campaign to find a hundred photographic heroines - join the conversation.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 23 Jul 2018

Project photography

When choosing a subject to photograph there's some useful things to consider: would it sustain your interest over time, is it regularly accessible, is it something you know enough about to get started and would be of interest to others?

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 21 Jul 2018

Mark Neville - How to Creat a Photobook

Added by Region: Headquarters on 20 Jul 2018

Helen’s Heroine - Aïda Muluneh

Helen Pankhurst’s heroine is Aïda Muluneh – who’s yours?

Added by Region: Headquarters on 20 Jul 2018

In focus Friday - Super Heroes

In this series of blog posts we aim to educate RPS members and the public about documentary photography. Each week we take a look at strong images from Documentary Group members to provide an insight into the thought processes which went into making them.

Added by SIG: Documentary on 20 Jul 2018

Home Processing and Wet Plate Collodion Magic

Another processing concept for at-home film processing and a Wet Plate Collodion photography project

Added by SIG: Analogue on 19 Jul 2018

Emma Lewell-Buck MP

Emma Lewell-Buck MP endorses Ssociety's Hundred Heroines campaign.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 19 Jul 2018

Who was Margaret Harker?

Margaret Harker was a pioneer for women within photographic education and the RPS.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 17 Jul 2018