Photographic Unions and Societies
The Lancashire & Cheshire Photographic Union (L&CPU).
The Lancashire & Cheshire Photographic Union was formed on the 9th October 1905, and at the time was the largest organization of photographic societies in the world. For more information visit:
The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB).
The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain is an organisation that co-ordinates specific activities for photographic clubs in England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland. It does this through 15 geographical regions known as federations. For more information visit:
The Royal Photographic Society.
The Royal Photographic Society was founded in 1853 “to promote the art and science of photography”, a mission it continues to this day in the United Kingdom and through its considerable overseas membership. For more information visit:
Smethwick Photographic Society
Smethwick Photographic Society is based in the Midlands and is one of the largest and friendliest photographic societies in the UK with in excess of 250 members. It is also very well known for it’s annual exhibition. For more information visit:
Photographic Society of America
The Photographic Society of America (PSA) is a worldwide interactive organisation for anyone interested in photography, casual, amateurs or professional. The PSA was founded in 1934 to “Promote the Arts and Sciences of Photography and further public education therein”. For more information visit:
The Postal Photographic Club (PPC)
Thanks to the Internet, the UK postal system no longer restricts membership of the club to photographers that have access to a Royal Mail post office. As our name implies we originally circulated our art work solely by post but now we combine electronic means as well – in our On-Line circles. We are an ideal club for those unable to travel to a conventional photographic club, and also for those who want another outlet for their creative energy and share their work with others.
PPC members are organised in ‘circles’ of up to a dozen photographers, who circulate their work amongst each other on a monthly basis for comment and critique. This makes for small friendly groupings that allow new members to quickly get to know others in their circle and thereby become an integral part of the club. Our On-Line circles use bespoke software and the postal circles cater for 5” x 7” prints and also for A4 prints – for more information visit:
13 Lessons to Teach Your Child About Digital Photography
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Awards For All, Lottery Grants.
Awards for All is a Lottery grants scheme for local communities. There are different schemes for each of the 4 countries in the UK. For more information visit:
Nantwich Camera Club Members
Paul Topham Digital.
Nantwich Camera Club Member.
The fascinating history of one of Cheshire’s most attractive historic towns is brought to life by Nantwich Museum. For more information visit:
A Dabbers Nantwich
A personal view of the South Cheshire floral and market town of Nantwich. For more information, please visit:
Photographic Services and Suppliers
Convert your digital files into high quality 35mm slides. For more information visit:
DarBro Computers Ltd.
DarBro computers is a small family run business offering prompt, affordable, quality service to schools, small business and home users in and around Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire and Cheshire. Darbro is also an official “Epson Express” service centre. For more information visit:
“Pictures to exe”
Pictures to exe is a excellent piece photo slideshow software used for creating audio/visual shows.
Alexander Paper Supplies
Alexander Paper Supplies offer a large selection of coloured photographic mount and display board, along with a vast range of other great value paper, card and craft materials. For more information visit:
Photo Paper Direct
Our range of Photo Paper is all about high quality and low prices. At Photo Paper Direct you’ll find an extensive range of Photo Paper, Craft Paper & Fine Art Paper from small to bulk packs compatible with ANY Inkjet printer all at huge discounts compared with the high street. Order before 15:00 for next day delivery. For more information visit:
Since SIMLAB Imaging was established in 1987 to provide a quality photo processing service to professional photographers, we’ve gained a wealth of experience and have the skills and expertise to provide professional quality prints at amateur prices. For more information visit:
Bob Rigby Photographic Ltd
Established in 1985, Bob Rigby Photographic are suppliers of all the leading Photographic Equipment, Computer Software and Consumables. For more details visit:
On-Line Paper.co.uk Ltd, the Online Paper Specialist
We specialise in the supply of roll and sheet paper to the photographic and fine art market place that started with Hahnemuhle and now includes products covering the full range from resin coated inkjet paper to fibre based paper and coated canvas products. In addition we carry a variety of specialist media for different applications including films, outdoor display, banners and proofing media.
Daniel Cook usedlens.co.uk
Daniel Cook has created a tool for photographers to find used camera and lenses from over 60 UK retailers.
It searches for used camera gear from MPB, Wex, Park Cameras, FFordes, Mifsuds and many more.
Other Local Camera Clubs
Crewe Photographic Society.
Meet at Crewe Library on Thursday nights. For more information Visit:
Alsager Camera Club.
Meet at Alsager Golf Club, Linley Road on Thursday nights. For more information Visit:
Sandbach Photographic Society.
Meet at The Wesley Centre, Wesley Avenue, Sandbach on Wednesday nights. For more information Visit:
Whitchurch Photographic Society
Meet at St. John’s Methodist Church, Whitchurch on a Tuesday night. For more information vist: