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Welcome to Keswick Photographic Society.

Keswick Photographic society is an active, successful and vibrant club that enables photographers from around the region to come together in a friendly atmosphere to share knowledge and ideas, to socialise, and to make new friends with a common interest.

We cater for photographers of all abilities and aim to offer something for everyone in our programme of events. We have regular competitions, practical evenings and sessions run by our members.  Our speaker programme offers a wide and diverse range of subjects. We encourage our members to give a talk about their work. 

If you are new to the site, have a look around and if you live locally and have an interest in photography.  So why not come along for the evening and see what we have to offer. There is no obligation to join and there is a nominal fee for guests.

We meet on Wednesdays, from September until April. The evenings start at 7:30pm and finish at around 9.30pm.

 

Our next meeting

  • Wed
    25
    Oct
    2017

    Member's Night

    7:30 pm

    Member's night. A special PDI competition with the set subject of "Water" judged by Alan Walker. We are hoping for a not terribly competitive but very enjoyable evening.

    Hand in entries for 2nd Open Competition

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About the club

We are a very friendly club! Visitors are more than welcome. If you are thinking of joining a camera club, come along for an evening, whatever your photography experience we would love to meet you.  Our existing members will only be too pleased to guide, advise and to encourage.

We meet every Wednesday, September to April at The Friends Meeting House, Elliot Park, Keswick CA12 5NZ. The Meeting House is opposite Booths Supermarket car park and Bus Station. Parking available.

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Members night – Three Members’ Experience and Enlightenment

This was our first members’ evening of the season and didn’t disappoint. Three members Tony Marsh, Alan and Julie Walker presented “Macro Nature Photography’, “What A Judge is Looking For” and “Creative Photography”. Alan Walker opened with tips on why a judge might criticise an image or as Alan named it “Judge Bait”! Believe it …