Deeside photographic society was originally founded in 1968 as Hawarden Institute Camera Club and relocated to the Corus Club in Deeside with a completely new Committee of 5 people and a membership of just 18  in 2011. Under the new Committee we have seen the membership rise year on year with membership numbers now more than doubled to over 40. In February 2016 we relocated to the The Groves Sports and Social Club due to the closure of The Corus Club.  During this time of growth we have also been able to invest in the future of our society by  purchasing a state of the art projector for showing our digital images to their very best along with profiling hardware and software to maintain consistency. We pride ourselves in being the friendliest of societies with something for everyone. Membership is open to all ages with our current members ages spanning over 8 decades. It does not matter if you have a £50 point and shoot camera or a very latest high spec pro camera, there is something for everyone. Meetings are held at 7.30pm on every Tuesday throughout the year, where we offer a wide ranging syllabus that includes, photography tutorials, photography demonstrations, competitions, lectures, outings and mentoring. We also give lots of advice and mentoring on image developing using a range of photographic software like Adobe’s Photoshop, Adobe’s Lightroom and Corel’s Paint shop. Guests are more than welcome for a nominal £1 on the door. If you have in interest in photography or would like to learn more and improve your skills why not come along and see us. Our Society is a Member of the N.W.P.A (North Wales Photographic Association) who are one of the fifteen associations around the U.K. that are affiliated to the P.A.G.B (Photographic Alliance of Great Britain)

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Needs New Springs I Think_Tony Stores Prints_(020.0)_


Needs New springs I think by Tony Stores