Discover a range of styles and approaches to photographing science at the Royal Photographic Society’s International Images for Science exhibition.
Over 2,300 images were submitted to the competition, of which just 100 were selected for exhibition by an expert panel. To make the grade, every picture has had to have a story to tell, but had to do so in a visually stunning way – a true meeting of art and science.
Good scientific images don’t have to be the result of a huge research grant and expensive equipment, and this year the exhibition has received many entries from younger photographers, students and researchers thanks to the support of Siemens PLC through The Curiosity Project.
The exhibition will be on display on the Royal Albert Hall’s Amphi corridor and can be viewed when attending performances at the Hall between 4 May – 2 June 2016, or on the following free open days:
Saturday 7 May: 10am-4pm
Sunday 8 May: 10am-1pm
Sunday 15 May: 10am-4pm
Sunday 22 May: 10am-4pm
Learn about the history and practicalities of the process of ‘slow motion’ filming in ‘A Chemical Adventure in High Speed Photography’ – a talk by Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, Gary Evans.