North Hampshire Photographic Society, Basingstoke
_North Hampshire Photographic Society is a small, friendly camera club meeting in Oakley, Basingstoke, Hampshire UK. The club was originally founded in 1967 as the Bell & Howell Camera Club and now open to all who wish to share and learn their photography skills and experiences.
Interested in Photography?
If you have an interest in photography there are many benefits to be had from joining a good camera club. You may find a new way of exploring, enjoying and sharing your love of photography with enthusiastic like-minded people.
New Members always welcome
Whether beginners or experienced photographers, new members from all age groups are always welcome. If you are looking to develop your photography or need any specific help, many of our members will be happy to help you.
We have a number of tutorial type evenings in our programme designed to assist those wanting to learn more. A print critique night, table top photography and studio portraits practical nights, flash photography and photo editing tutorials.
Lectures and Competitions
Our programme also has various lectures and presentations by guest speakers, as well as our full programme of internal club competitions for print or digitally projected images and digital audio visual sequences. Members may also have the opportunity to take part in external competitions with other local, national and international clubs. See our Competitions page for more information.
We meet at Oakley Village Hall, Andover Road, Oakley, Near Basingstoke on Fridays at 8pm from September through to May.
We belong to the Southern Photographic Federation and the Photographic Society of America and affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain.
Subscriptions for 2013/14 Season - Adults £36.00: Seniors £32.00: Juniors £20:
Non members welcome for first three meetings of the Season before joining. Competitions are open to fully paid up members.
Images on this site: The copyright of all images on this site is retained by the photographer, and they may not be copied or used without permission.