Daventry Photographic Society

 

The Society is open to all with a variety of members and a wide range of abilities. Our weekly events include monthly competitions, presentations, guest speakers and field trips. The club is suitable for any adult with an interest in photography, regardless of level of expertise or type of equipment.  
 

If you are interested in joining a camera club which meets throughout the year, with a friendly atmosphere and a bar on-site, then why not come along for a week or two as our guest to see us in action? There's nothing to lose and no obligation to join.

We meet at 7.30pm on Tuesday evenings at Mayfield Park Sports Club, Royal Star Drive, Daventry NN11 9FZ

Latest News

Due to the current Coronavirus outbreak, all DPS Meetings are suspended for the foreseeable future. Meetings will resume once we have advice that they are safe to do so.

Leigh Bishop Talk

Leigh Bishop, the World famous underwater explorer and photographer, is coming to Daventry Photographic Society on Tuesday 1st September and will be showing us photos of his epic expedition diving on 'The Britannic' - the larger sister ship of the Titanic.

Local Photography group members and their friends are very welcome to come along to the talk. With tickets at just £4 it will be a great evening. Space is limited so book early to avoid missing it.

To reserve tickets for the Leigh Bishop Talk click here


 

Monthly Competition Winner

                          The winner of this month's competition was Chris Baldwin's entry Run with the Herd.

                                             Many Thanks to David Hollis for judging the competition.

BALDWIN - Run with the herd.jpg

 

Run with the Herd: by Chris Baldwin

 

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