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.
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 27th August WPS Day Trip to Conwy, North Wales With car sharing recommended 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? We meet at the Vicarage Gardens car park (LL32 8LD) not far from the castle at 11am so bring three £1 coins for the meter. We will also rendezvous at the nearby Liverpool Arms at 1pm where you can choose to get lunch or partake of local fish & chips elsewhere or, perhaps, even go wild and find a sunny location for a picnic. There’s plenty to see including the suspension bridge, the quay area, the Town Walls and the beach. There’s also the Royal Cambrian Academy art gallery, Plas Mawr and the Smallest House in Lower Street. Photo opportunities are numerous. Carol Bailey and Ian Williams are the coordinators. This replaces the event previously listed for the 20th August
Midland Counties Photographic Federation Photgraphic Alliance of Great Britain Wolverhampton Young Photographer Competition Click to find out more …
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WPS Member Tony Leech in RPS Newsletter In late October and early November 2016 Tony Leech spent seventeen days travelling around Iceland, braving the weather and capturing photographs of waterfalls, glaciers and the floating ice of glacier lagoons. Tony has written an article about the adventure and this has been published in the summer edition of the Central Region RPS Newsletter.
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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 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 27th August WPS Day Trip to Conwy, North Wales With car sharing recommended 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? We meet at the Vicarage Gardens car park (LL32 8LD) not far from the castle at 11am so bring three £1 coins for the meter. We will also rendezvous at the nearby Liverpool Arms at 1pm where you can choose to get lunch or partake of local fish & chips elsewhere or, perhaps, even go wild and find a sunny location for a picnic. There’s plenty to see including the suspension bridge, the quay area, the Town Walls and the beach. There’s also the Royal Cambrian Academy art gallery, Plas Mawr and the Smallest House in Lower Street. Photo opportunities are numerous. Carol Bailey and Ian Williams are the coordinators. This replaces the event previously listed for the 20th August
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WPS Member Tony Leech in RPS Newsletter In late October and early November 2016 Tony Leech spent seventeen days travelling around Iceland, braving the weather and capturing photographs of waterfalls, glaciers and the floating ice of glacier lagoons. Tony has written an article about the adventure and this has been published in the summer edition of the Central Region RPS Newsletter.
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