Monthly Competition: Passion

03 June 2019

Region: Headquarters

May theme: Passion
Open: 3rd June - 30th June 2019

 

The monthly competition is open to all RPS members, at all levels of photographic ability.

Enter your Passion themed images online from 3rd June 2019 

Each file will need to be under 5MBs and Jpeg format. Maximum size is 2500px on the longest side (in sRGB colour space).  

Please note: Your member login for rps.org will not work on the competition website - you will need to register and create your login.

Once the competition has closed, RPS staff will anonymously select a shortlist of entries which will be open to a public vote. One winner from the public vote, and the two most popular in a staff vote will become the three winners for the month. The winners will feature in the next issue of the RPS Journal. 

This months competition is looking at the theme of Passion as an acknowledgement to our 500-strong team of volunteers, generously giving their time to help run some of the RPS activities. 

Volunteers are intrinsic to many of the departments and it’s their passion that provides a more enriched experience and reach for our members and non-members. Therefore with it being National Volunteer Week 1 – 7 June, we wanted to use this opportunity to celebrate them and find out what your passions are too. Our passions and capturing those of others can be expressed in so many ways, so we’re looking forward to how you interpret this theme. 

If you’d like to find out more about volunteering with us, please visit this page and see all the current events and updates for our volunteers on this page.

 

Image: © Matt White. Selfie Love

Comments (4)

 
RPS Membership
25 June 2019

The technical issues with the RPS 365 Monthly Competition have now been resolved. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Please enter this months theme Passion
rps-365.org/events/365/

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Rupert Hitchcox
24 June 2019

I found the work around,
click on go to website,
you will then be asked to
"enter your system password"
This updates the certificate, and should solve the problem.

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Rupert Hitchcox
24 June 2019

Im getting the same warnings that the site is not secure due to certificates,

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LWALKER66
24 June 2019

Having problems - every time I try to enter a message is coming up stating that the site is not secure and that someone may be trying to steal information

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