Celebrating Photography with the RPS
I'm delighted to see that one of my recent images captured while working with the wonderful community of Ittoqqortoormiit, Eastern Greenland, has been selected for the
Copyright - Ian Dawson
"Racing across the frozen fjord, Ittoqqortoormiit musher Julian Anike leaps on to his traditional komatik (dog sled) heading, with his team of Greenlandic Sled Dogs, towards the icebreaker 'Le Commandant Charcot' garaged far across the sea ice of the world's largest fjord, Scoresbysund." Fujifilm X-T4, 1/640s, ISO 160, f13.
The 2023 exhibition will feature a total of 80 images, selected by the judging panel from over 3,500 entries, reflecting a diverse range of photographic styles, genres, and techniques including analogue, digital and experimental image making and covering subjects including landscapes, portraits, documentary, science and fine art.
The RPS Summer Exhibition showcases photography by members of the Royal Photographic Society (RPS). It's an opportunity both to showcase work to a wider audience and connect with other photographers.
On show from 1 July to 28 August at RPS House in Bristol, UK, it is free for everyone to visit. Visitors will get the chance to see the finest photography from RPS members, learn more about photography and connect with others who have a passion for taking photographs.
I'm looking forward to visiting this years exhibition, though sadly I will miss the Private View due to other commitments in Africa. If you are interested in visiting, the exhibition runs for two months and the details are below:
Open: 1 July to 28 August 2023
RPS House, Paintworks, Bristol, UK, BS4 3AR.