Incorporating Wolverhampton Camera Club
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At Wolverhampton Photographic Society we love photography in all it’s forms and we love people who love their photography. There are weekly meetings from September to May with a range of activities including visiting speakers, club competitions and workshops. So, beginner or expert, why not join us and become part of our future.
What’s new? … either it’s just happened or it will soon 9th May Wolverhampton Photographic Society          Annual General Meeting 2nd May Themed Competition Evening: WPS members submit PDI and printed photographs based on two themes: Graffiti and Reflections. 25th April Timelapse, Animation & Photomotion A fascinating evening discovering the world of time-lapse photography. Martin James will take us through his experiments in both time-lapse, motion-lapse and 'morphing along' including tutorials showing how these are achieved. Many of the videos we will see contain over 1200 images. Entry of PDIs for the 2nd May Best of Season PDI Competition Advanced 1st: “Neville” by Samantha Davies-Bruce Novice 1st: “Hair” by Richard Wates Photo Harmony AV Competition Winner “Winter on the Fells” by John Holt
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Incorporating Wolverhampton Camera Club
Copyright © Wolverhampton Photographic Society 2017
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 2017 WYP Wolverhampton Young Photographer Wolverhampton Young Photographer The countdown begins
At Wolverhampton Photographic Society we love photography in all it’s forms and we love people who love their photography. There are weekly meetings from September to May with a range of activities including visiting speakers, club competitions and workshops. So, beginner or expert, why not join us and become part of our future.
What’s new? … either it’s just happened or it will soon 9th May Wolverhampton Photographic Society          Annual General Meeting 2nd May Themed Competition Evening: WPS members submit PDI and printed photographs based on two themes: Graffiti and Reflections. 25th April Timelapse, Animation & Photomotion A fascinating evening discovering the world of time-lapse photography. Martin James will take us through his experiments in both time-lapse, motion-lapse and 'morphing along' including tutorials showing how these are achieved. Many of the videos we will see contain over 1200 images. Entry of PDIs for the 2nd May Best of Season PDI Competition Advanced 1st: “Neville” by Samantha Davies-Bruce Novice 1st: “Hair” by Richard Wates Photo Harmony AV Competition Winner “Winter on the Fells” by John Holt
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Why not sign-up for the PAGB newsletter? The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain e-newsletter will keep you up-to- date with all PAGB events, competitions and results. You can subscribe for free at www.pagbnews.co.uk and your email address will only be used to send you e- news, related items and supplements. You may unsubscribe at any time.
PAGB newsletter issue 181
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