Welcome to Lancaster Photographic Society. We look forward to meeting you and joining you on the journey to inspiring photography. There is a wide range of skils amongst members, so, whatever your level, you will find kindred spirits here. We will help you get the most out of your camera, and also out of the processing software that you use. While we take photography seriously, it also has to be fun!
You can find out more about the club by clicking here.
You can get directions to Cameron House by clicking here.
The joining fee is £50 and can be paid by card, cash or cheque (made out to Lancaster Photographic Society). This is incredible value when you consider there are more than 30 meetings in the 2019-20 programme and you will also have access to free workshops, photographic trips and to the equipment that the Society owns. And the knowledge of the more experienced members, who are enthusiastic about sharing their skills.
Meetings and events are shown on the events calendar (and you can export these diary dates to your electronic calendar).
The news page will give you the latest news about what is going on in the Society. Add your email address to the notification box and you will be emailed automatically whenever a new news item is added. (DO IT NOW!)
We have regular competitions, adjudicated by an external judge, and the critique provided will help you improve your photography. Feedback is given kindly, because we all started at the beginning. We encourage all members to submit images for our members gallery, and to upgrade these every year. This will give you a good handle on yur improvement as a photographer.
The first meeting of the 2019/20 season is programmed for September 16. To ensure that you have an opportunity to find out more about the Society and its activities and consequently feel less apprehensive about attending that first meeting you are invited to visit our venue from 7.30 on either Monday September 2nd or Monday, September 9th. Some of our existing members will be there along with other potential new members to welcome you and chat informally over a cup of tea/coffee.
Finally, the Society also has an active Facebook group with over 600 members from around the world. And of course, we usually end up in the White Cross pub after each meeting for more informal chat over a beverage :-)