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What’s new? … either it’s just happened or it will soon 22nd June (Saturday) Night Photography & Meal in Birmingham The aim is for photography as the light fades and the city lights come to life. We meet at 8.30pm for the photography session but if you’d like to eat beforehand a table can be booked at the Chung Ying Central restaurant for 6.30pm. Bring tripods of course and please let Carol Bailey know if you’d like a place reserved for the meal. Further details will be provided via the WPS e-Newsletter. 27th June Photography Workshop (Members only) This is the final workshop for this season at Tettenhall Community Centre. We’ll be reviewing the photographs the group took on the practical workshop at Himley Hall and booking some dates into the diary for some ‘short and sharp’ practical workshops over the summer. 10th/11th August Spetchley Park Battle Re-enactment A weekend event over both days at Spetchley House Gardens just outside Worcester. This is a multi-period re- enactment spectacular with plenty of photographic opportunities - there are likely to be over a thousand re-enactors, many trader stalls and two bars. We aim to meet around 11am on both days and more details will be in the e-Newsletter. www.worcesterreenactors.uk/m5/
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Newsletter page 2 showing five photos
Tony Leech in the RPS Newsletter A while ago Tony Leech had an article published in the RPS Newsletter about his trip to Iceland in October and early November 2016. He spent seventeen days there, braving the weather and capturing photographs of waterfalls, glaciers and the floating ice of glacier lagoons. If you’d like to read his article click on the pages below.
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Congratulations to the WPS 2018/19 winners
Wolverhampton Photographic Society
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
What’s new? … either it’s just happened or it will soon 22nd June (Saturday) Night Photography & Meal in Birmingham The aim is for photography as the light fades and the city lights come to life. We meet at 8.30pm for the photography session but if you’d like to eat beforehand a table can be booked at the Chung Ying Central restaurant for 6.30pm. Bring tripods of course and please let Carol Bailey know if you’d like a place reserved for the meal. Further details will be provided via the WPS e-Newsletter. 27th June Photography Workshop (Members only) This is the final workshop for this season at Tettenhall Community Centre. We’ll be reviewing the photographs the group took on the practical workshop at Himley Hall and booking some dates into the diary for some ‘short and sharp’ practical workshops over the summer. 10th/11th August Spetchley Park Battle Re-enactment A weekend event over both days at Spetchley House Gardens just outside Worcester. This is a multi-period re-enactment spectacular with plenty of photographic opportunities - there are likely to be over a thousand re-enactors, many trader stalls and two bars. We aim to meet around 11am on both days and more details will be in the e-Newsletter. www.worcesterreenactors.uk/m5/
Newsletter page 2 showing five photos
Tony Leech in the RPS Newsletter A while ago Tony Leech had an article published in the RPS Newsletter about his trip to Iceland in October and early November 2016. He spent seventeen days there, braving the weather and capturing photographs of waterfalls, glaciers and the floating ice of glacier lagoons. If you’d like to read his article click on the pages below.
Newletter page 1 RPS logo Congratulations to the WPS 2018/19 winners
Wolverhampton Photographic Society