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 or digital form without permission and all photographs remain the property and copyright of the original photographer.
2016
Wolverhampton Young Photographer 2017 This annual competition for young photographers is now open and is for young photographers who live, study or work within the WV postcode area. Find out more by clicking on the WYP 2017 competition plaque.
What’s new? … either it’s just happened or it will soon Sunday 16th July 1940’s Weekend: Black Country Museum Another of the popular themed weekends at The Black Country Museum and an ideal opportunity to get atmospheric shots of people in 1940’s war-time dress. More details here. Sunday 23rd July Dorset House - Open Garden for the NGS Step back in time with a visit to this half- acre garden which incorporates country cottage planting at its very best. Wildlife pool, peace & tranquillity, home-made teas and an ideal opportunity for photography. Carol Bailey is coordinating and we meet at 11am at Dorset House, Cheslyn Hay WS6 7EE. Entry is £3. Sunday 30th July Jewellery Quarter Festival Includes entertainment from CircusMASH, Corey Baker Dance and Mad Science. There are free heritage tours and a tantalising selection of street food and drink to tease your taste buds - more than 60 quirky bars, and cafés. There are also artists and artisans across the Quarter opening their workshops and studios for informal visits. Rendezvous with Carol Bailey at 12.30 in Golden Square in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. Sunday 20th August WPS Trip to Weston Super Mare With an early start and car sharing to minimise travel costs, join us and enjoy a traditional WPS outing with plenty of different locations and styles of photography to discover. Why not also make this a family day out but sneak the camera along to capture the day? You will be free to roam in the morning, meeting at lunchtime for a pre booked fish and chip lunch (alternatives are available!) and then either stroll on the beach, sunbathe or head off and do your own thing. If there are sufficient numbers a minibus can be arranged so please let Carol know so she can assess if booking a minibus an option. Carol Bailey and Ian Williams are the coordinators.
WYP 2016 winner 'Tea Anyone?' by Ross Parker WYP 2016 winner 'Windows to the Soul' by Jasmine Chanian Overall winner of WYP 2016 is 'Leaf' by Harry Sawyer
‘Leaf’ Harry Sawyer Creative & Overall Winner
‘Tea Anyone?’ Ross Parker Portrait
‘Window to the Soul’ Jasmine Chanian Open
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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.
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Midland Counties Photographic Federation Photgraphic Alliance of Great Britain 2017 WYP Wolverhampton Young Photographer Wolverhampton Young Photographer Click to find out more …
Wolverhampton Young Photographer 2017 This annual competition for young photographers is now open and is for young photographers who live, study or work within the WV  postcode area. Find out more by clicking on the WYP 2017 competition plaque.
What’s new? … either it’s just happened or it will soon Sunday 16th July 1940’s Weekend: Black Country Museum Another of the popular themed weekends at The Black Country Museum and an ideal opportunity to get atmospheric shots of people in 1940’s war-time dress. More details here. Sunday 23rd July Dorset House - Open Garden for the NGS Step back in time with a visit to this half-acre garden which incorporates country cottage planting at its very best. Wildlife pool, peace & tranquillity, home-made teas and an ideal opportunity for photography. Carol Bailey is coordinating and we meet at 11am at Dorset House, Cheslyn Hay WS6 7EE. Entry is £3. Sunday 30th July Jewellery Quarter Festival Includes entertainment from CircusMASH, Corey Baker Dance and Mad Science. There are free heritage tours and a tantalising selection of street food and drink to tease your taste buds - more than 60 quirky bars, and cafés. There are also artists and artisans across the Quarter opening their workshops and studios for informal visits. Rendezvous with Carol Bailey at 12.30 in Golden Square in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. Sunday 20th August WPS Trip to Weston Super Mare With an early start and car sharing to minimise travel costs, join us and enjoy a traditional WPS outing with plenty of different locations and styles of photography to discover. Why not also make this a family day out but sneak the camera along to capture the day? You will be free to roam in the morning, meeting at lunchtime for a pre booked fish and chip lunch (alternatives are available!) and then either stroll on the beach, sunbathe or head off and do your own thing. If there are sufficient numbers a minibus can be arranged so please let Carol know so she can assess if booking a minibus an option. Carol Bailey and Ian Williams are the coordinators.
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