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Welcome to Potters Bar & District Photographic Society.  We are a very active Society, priding ourselves on having a friendly and helpful membership, and always looking for new members, whether they be complete novices or experienced photographers.  Advice is always available for those who need help with their photography, as well as any issues with cameras or computer equipment.  This site contains information on the activites of the society, including the current programme, along with information on membership and galleries of photographs taken by members.


Winning Images from 2015


 
   




   


  

Forthcoming Events

There is no meeting on Bank Holiday Monday 2nd May

The next meeting will be on 9th May 2016:
LINBIRD AND HAILS CUPS (COLOUR PRINTS)
Judge: Kevin Herbert (CACC)


Club News

The Society’s Annual Print Exhibition at the Galleria in Hatfield is now open. The show is on public view in the shopping centre until Sunday 8th May and everyone is invited to vote for their favourite picture.  The exhibition contains a wide range of prints including portraits, landscapes and still life.

View of the Exhibition


The team who put the exhibition together including 
Exhibition Secretary Fiona Adamson (third from right)

In addition to the public vote, an internal competition is held for a picture taken 
by a member of the Society’s General Class.  This year the winner is a 
High Dynamic Range picture of the "wobbly" Millennium Bridge  titled 
“Sunset Millennium Bridge” by David Schwartz.

Society President, Colin Strong LRPS CPAGB congratulated David Schwartz on winning the 
award for best General Class print and added his thanks to the Galleria 
for continuing to support the Society’s exhibitions. He said “these 
exhibitions show the high standard and variety of work being produced 
by the members.  I am happy to invite anyone to come and see the work
being produced.”

David Schwartz (left) is congratulated on his win by  Society President Colin Strong
David Schwartz (left) is congratulated on his win by 
Society President Colin Strong