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ADVANCES Seeing real-world sonic 'booms'

Using a revolutionary schlieren imaging system called AirBOS, NASA scientists have captured images of real-world shock waves interacting from supersonic aircraft flying high above the Mojave Desert in California. The result could be a new generation of quiet supersonic transport.

Added by SIG: Imaging Science on 09 Mar 2019

DIGIT Special Edition - International Womens Day

A special edition of DIGIT

Added by SIG: Digital Imaging on 08 Mar 2019

Celebrating Women Photographers on International Women's Day

Celebrate International Women's Day by visiting an exhibition featuring women photographers.

Added by SIG: Women in Photography on 08 Mar 2019

Creative Eye Group 2019 AGM and Exhibition Selection Day

Added by SIG: Creative Eye on 02 Mar 2019

Southern Region Member Q & A: Mark Sheldon FRPS

Film director, photographer and lecturer Mark Sheldon FRPS talks about his love of both film and photography, how he achieved his FRPS in Moving Image and how he defines photography.

Added by Region: Southern on 01 Mar 2019

Cutting - No Pain No Gain, Right?

In this first blog in a series about mount cutting, Helen Longridge takes a humorous look at the history of mount cutting and how we managed before the invention of precision engineering.

Added by Region: Southern on 01 Mar 2019

Monthly Competition: Patterns

This competition is open to RPS members and offers the winners the opportunity to have their images published in our award-winning Journal.

Added by Region: Headquarters on 01 Mar 2019

Analogue Group AGM 2019: Information & Notices

Added by SIG: Analogue on 27 Feb 2019

AGM Report

Report on AGM and afternoon talks

Added by Region: South West on 24 Feb 2019

Rollright VAG Blog by David Townshend ARPS

Variety and creative stimulation, that’s what you are assured of at Rollright Visual Art Group events, and February’s meeting was no exception.

Added by SIG: Visual Art on 23 Feb 2019