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.

We organise UK and european expeditions and “non-photo” evenings which help cement the Society’s membership together.

Keswick Photographic Society has been running for 45 years.

Our next meeting

  • Wed

    2nd Open Competition (Images from the British Isles only)

    7:30 pmFriends Meeting House, Elliot Park, Keswick, CA12 5NZ

    Judge: Gerald Chamberlain DPAGB EFIAP

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Stephen Cheatley: “The Astro Landscape”, November 6th 2019

On November 6th Stephen Cheatley travelled up from Blackpool to entertain and educate members and a significant number of visitors with his presentation “The Astro Landscape”. Stephen is a professional photographer whose biggest passion is photographing the night sky. He won the Royal Meteorological Society, Weather Photographer of the Year in 2018 with his night-time …

Julie and Alan Walker “Discovering Nature Photography Part 4 – Japan and Beyond” October 30th

At our meeting on 30th October we were treated to another superb collection of natural history photographs presented by two of our more experienced and active members, Julie and Alan Walker. This was the fourth in a series of their “travel shows” and concentrated on images taken in winter, but in a wide series of …

1st Set Subject Competition, October 23rd 2019

On Wednesday 23rd October we held our first set subject competition of the season. These competitions were introduced to encourage members to have their images critiqued in an informal environment. The emphasis is on providing positive feedback with the aim of helping members improve their photography. Tony Marsh, our External Competitions Secretary, was the judge …