Copyright © Wolverhampton Photographic Society 2021
Supported by the National Lottery
No image or design on this site may be copied or used in printed or digital form without permission and all photographs remain the property and copyright of the original photographer.
What’s new? … either it’s just happened or it will soon WPS meetings are continuing as online events via Zoom. If you would like to attend a WPS online meeting as a guest please contact Rob Cowell to arrange an email invite to be sent to you. 13th May (Thursday) Pop-Up Competition Review Evening Find out the winning images for our April pop-up competition ‘Long Exposure’. Unlike our standard competitions, this evening provides and opportunity to hear the story behind the images and get feedback from members on the entries. WPS member Rachal Brown is the judge. 18th May WPS Awards Evening Mike Piper, our Competition Secretary, will be announcing the winners of the cups and prizes for our internal competitions. The winning images will be shown during an evening which celebrates our members’ successes during 2020/21. Trophies and certificates will be awarded in person at the Awards Dinner which is hoped to be sometime in the Autumn. 27th May (Thursday) WPS Distinctions Workshop A workshop led by Carol Bailey for WPS members who are working towards their RPS or PAGB distinctions. WPS Summer Programme Once again this year, WPS are planning events during the summer months including social meet-ups and visits and photography workshops. Details of these will be published in the newsletter and on the Programme page of this web site.
LRPS panel by Tony Leech
Photography Panel - Tony Leech LRPS
On the 19th January a number of WPS members went through their panels of photographs created to achieve their photography merits. Creating a collection of your best photographs is not as easy as you might think because each of the photographs you choose must fit together as an ordered set, so you must think carefully not only about which images to accept or reject, but also consider their placing in relation to each other. The example panel shown above was created by WPS member Tony Leech LRPS who was just one of our members involved.
Wolverhampton Photographic Society
Copyright © Wolverhampton Photographic Society 2021
Supported by the National Lottery
No image or design on this site may be copied or used in printed form or digitally without permission and all photographs remain the property and copyright of the original photographer.
Affiliated to the MCPF and the PAGB
Midland Counties Photographic Federation Photgraphic Alliance of Great Britain
What’s new? … either it’s just happened or it will soon WPS meetings are continuing as online events via Zoom. If you would like to attend a WPS online meeting as a guest please contact Rob Cowell to arrange an email invite to be sent to you. 13th May (Thursday) Pop-Up Competition Review Evening Find out the winning images for our April pop-up competition ‘Long Exposure’. Unlike our standard competitions, this evening provides and opportunity to hear the story behind the images and get feedback from members on the entries. WPS member Rachal Brown is the judge. 18th May WPS Awards Evening Mike Piper, our Competition Secretary, will be announcing the winners of the cups and prizes for our internal competitions. The winning images will be shown during an evening which celebrates our members’ successes during 2020/21. Trophies and certificates will be awarded in person at the Awards Dinner which is hoped to be sometime in the Autumn. 27th May (Thursday) WPS Distinctions Workshop A workshop led by Carol Bailey for WPS members who are working towards their RPS or PAGB distinctions. WPS Summer Programme Once again this year, WPS are planning events during the summer months including social meet-ups and visits and photography workshops. Details of these will be published in the newsletter and on the Programme page of this web site.
LRPS panel by Tony Leech
Photography Panel - Tony Leech LRPS
On the 19th January a number of WPS members went through their panels of photographs created to achieve their photography merits. Creating a collection of your best photographs is not as easy as you might think because each of the photographs you choose must fit together as an ordered set, so you must think carefully not only about which images to accept or reject, but also consider their placing in relation to each other. The example panel shown above was created by WPS member Tony Leech LRPS who was just one of our members involved.
Wolverhampton Photographic Society