Programme

Our annual programme of events consists of twenty or so presentations from award-winning photographers, assessment of your work by accredited external judges at our seven internal competitions and our occasional workshops and field trips. 

We think it’s amazing value.

As a result of the Coronavirus/ Covid-19 situation we will not be holding any physical events this season. All events will take place via Zoom videoconferencing. Meetings begin at 7.20pm for 7.30pm.

We have finalised a revised programme for September to December and are working on adapting the original planned programme January up to the end of the season.

Until the programme web page is updated please refer to the outline below.

If you are not a member, you can register to attend our next meeting by completing the form below which is hosted by Eventbrite. We do ask you to make a small contribution of £5, which goes towards the costs of keeping the Society going such as fees to our speakers.

1 September AGM
8 September Lecture: How to shoot foodJonathan Thompson
15 September Lecture: Ultimate iPhone photography
Hand-in date for Open 1 competition
Adrian McGarry
22 September Lecture: Making it pay as an independent press photographer /
Covid project
Craig Colville
29 September Competition (DPI only): Open 1
6 October Presentation: L&CPU 2019-2020 season images
13 October Lecture: Rules and other myths of compositionSue Clark
20 October Lecture: The Art of Macro Photography
Hand-in date for Open 2 competition
Tony North
27 October Lecture: Afghanistan Goes SolarJim Holmes
3 November Competition (DPI only): Open 2
10 November Lecture: Mono Photography with an EdgeJerry Webb
17 November Member’s talk: Bird Photography
Hand-in date for Natural History/ Nature competition
Rob Tarrant
24 November Training Video The Essential Guide to Low Light
& Interior Photography (Part 1)
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1 December Competition (DPI only): Natural History / Nature
8 December Member’s talk: 2020 – Art in IsolationDen Fawcett
15 December Event: Giving and receiving constructive criticismEllie Barrett
22 December No session
  • our planned speaker has had to postpone due to ill health