The Society invites professional, student and amateur photographers worldwide to submit their work. This year, for the first time in its history, we are inviting digital entries alongside print entries. Both will be considered equally and the final exhibition will be displayed as prints, with online entries being printed professionally by Redcliffe Imaging Ltd. All entrants will receive a copy of the exhibition catalogue.
Image: Meoto Iwa – Study II by Stefano Orazzini.
Entry is open to everyone (RPS members and non-members) until 17 May 2013. Entrants can submit up to 4 images online or as prints, into one of two groups;
All styles of photography will be considered including documentary, fashion, fine art, photojournalism, travel, portraiture and nature. Each image submitted will be judged as a single, stand-alone image so you can enter a varied selection of work. 100 images will be selected for the printed touring exhibition, including the three award winners!
Guide to entry:
Step 1: Decide whether you want to submit prints or digital entries (you cannot enter both)
Step 2: Read the Digital Advice / Print Advice page
Step 3: Read the FAQs page for common questions
Step 4: Submit payment AFTER you have added your digital images OR complete payment and send with an Entry Form and prints. See Payment Advice for more information.
Entry Cost for up to 4 Images:
All entrants will receive a printed copy of the exhibition catalogue in July/August 2013:
RPS Member – £15 per person
Non Member – £20 per person
Entry for Under 30’s* – £10 per person
* entrants will need to be under 30 on the closing date, 17 May 2013
The Exhibition showcases a wide range of genres and styles of photography, with cutting-edge prints being shown alongside traditional work – from the artistic to documentary, from portraiture to natural history.
Having a print selected for the touring exhibition offers great exposure for photographers just starting out in their careers as well as professionals and gives enthusiasts well deserved recognition. Previous selected International Print Exhibition photographers have included Simon Roberts FRPS, Laura Pannack and Julia Fullerton-Batten. The exhibition will tour for nearly a year from July 2013.