Category: Royal Photographic Society

Categories: Societies | United Kingdom Organisations

The Royal Photographic Society is one of the world's oldest national photographic societies. It was founded in London, United Kingdom in 1853 as The Photographic Society of London with the objective of promoting the Art and Science of Photography. In 1874 it was renamed the Photographic Society of Great Britain, and in 1894 it became The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain. The Royal Photographic Society was granted a Royal Charter in July 2004.


Person Profiles (2)

14 Jul 1868 Washington Hall, County Durham, England - 12 Jul 1926 photo
06 Oct 1853 Headingley, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom - 31 May 1941 photo

This page was last modified 02:51, 5 January 2016. This page has been accessed 238 times.