The RPS Visual
The RPS Visual Art Group was founded in January
"to foster the interest and advancement in all matters relating to
Pictorial Photography". Now, as then, its activities encourage (via
workshops, meetings and exhibitions) both traditional and contemporary
interpretation of a wide variety of subject matter, from still-life,
landscape and architecture, to portraiture and macro-photography and
members receive "Visual
Art", the high quality magazine of the Group.
focuses on the work of members of the Group and regularly features
successful submissions for Licentiateship, Associateship and Fellowship
of the Royal Photographic Society.
Meetings and Events
A wide range of meetings and events take place
throughout the year. These provide our members with the opportunity to
meet each other and learn more about photography.
The group operates several postal portfolios and
holds an annual print and slide exhibition which is shown at various
locations around the country. Meetings are organised in conjunction
with the Regions.
operates several postal portfolios in which members circulate prints
for comment by fellow members. These groups provide a great opportunity
to make contact with like-minded photographers, and give and receive
The Tyng Collection
The Visual Art Group administers the Tyng
Collection, a collection started in 1927 with money given by Stephen
Tyng to recognise pictorial pictures of outstanding pictorial merit.
Once acquired the pictures form part of the RPS Collection.
- Colour magazine, "Visual Art", delivered
to you twice per year.
- Eligible to enter annual print exhibition
- Option to join postal portfolios and share your
work with like-minded members
- Regular events and workshops
- Access to a network, several hundred strong, of
photographers who share your interests.
Click here to visit the RPS Visual Art Group website.