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 18th January WPS Member’s Presentation Evening Tonight a few of our members become presenters to pass on their thoughts, skills and insights into their photography. There is always a wide range of topics covered which in the past have included pretty much every aspect of photography but, the great thing about these evenings is the insight you get into the photographic world of fellow members. Our presenters include John McCormick, Gordon Nicklin, Sue Rowbotham and Carol Bailey. 25th January WPS Member’s Photo Harmony Evening An evening of members’ photographs set to music with the added spice of a prize for the best sequence. 27th January WPS Photography Workshop Another of the workshops for members, hosted by Rob Cowell. Details of this will be in the WPS e-newsletter. 1st February Endless Skies - Malcolm Cook With a love of landscape photography that spans forty years, our presenter this evening is sure to show us stunning landscape photography. 8th February Competition Evening - PDI Round 3 The final round of the in-house competition for projected images. Three entries per member from Advanced and Novice workers in Colour or Monochrome. Our judge is Dave Tucker who will ultimately decide who wins the PDI trophies this season. No pressure there then!
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 18th January WPS Member’s Presentation Evening Tonight a few of our members become presenters to pass on their thoughts, skills and insights into their photography. There is always a wide range of topics covered which in the past have included pretty much every aspect of photography but, the great thing about these evenings is the insight you get into the photographic world of fellow members. Our presenters include John McCormick, Gordon Nicklin, Sue Rowbotham and Carol Bailey. 25th January WPS Member’s Photo Harmony Evening An evening of members’ photographs set to music with the added spice of a prize for the best sequence. 27th January WPS Photography Workshop Another of the workshops for members, hosted by Rob Cowell. Details of this will be in the WPS e-newsletter. 1st February Endless Skies - Malcolm Cook With a love of landscape photography that spans forty years, our presenter this evening is sure to show us stunning landscape photography. 8th February Competition Evening - PDI Round 3 The final round of the in-house competition for projected images. Three entries per member from Advanced and Novice workers in Colour or Monochrome. Our judge is Dave Tucker who will ultimately decide who wins the PDI trophies this season. No pressure there then!
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