Digital Arts & Creative Technology

Crewe Photographic Society Meet Ups

Hosted by Crewe Photographic Society

Crewe Photographic Society meet every Thursday from September to May at Crewe Lifestyle Centre at 7:30pm for 7:45pm start.

The varied Skills Development and sharing programme each season includes:
– Demonstrations of photographic techniques and equipment
– Shows of the best prints, and projected images from around the region and nationally.
– Excellent talks from society members and invited speakers on a wide range of topics.
– A range of competitions, open to everyone, among society members and between Crewe Photographic Society and other clubs.

The postcode for the centre (CW1 2BB) is new so use CW1 2DH for the car park…

New members are always welcome to join Crewe Photographic Society throughout the year.
For more information get in touch via the contact form or visit www.crewephotosoc.com/meetings/
No meetings 27 December or 3 January for Christmas break.
Our SHIFT Photographer Pete Robinson is a member of Crewe Photographic Society and you can see his images on our Flickr site. Pete has won prizes with photo’s he’s taken at SHIFT activities and his skills at capturing and documenting the activities are professional and imaginative.
Pete Robinson receiving photography award

 

Crewe Photographic Society Membership

Before you decide to become a member, you can come to up to 3 meetings and just pay the regular attendance levy of £2.50.

Annual membership is:

  • £30 for an individual, (£2.50 attendance levy)
  • £50 for a couple, (£2.50 per person attendance levy)
  • £5 for a student (over 18) in full-time education (with a £1 attendance levy for each meeting you come to).
  • £5 for a Junior (under 18) and no attendance levy for juniors, but they must be accompanied by an adult.  (The Society’s ‘Child & Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy’ is Appendix 1 of the CPS Constitution)

Competitions

Competitions are an excellent way to improve your photography. Any member can enter, and the work is assessed by an invited judge. They provide encouragement and constructive criticism. (Don’t worry — your entries can be anonymous)

Throughout the season we run league competitions for prints and for Projected Digital Images (PDIs); and there are final Annual Competitions at the end of the season.

We enter a number of external competitions; battles with other local clubs and the L&CPU regional competitions, which are a great chance to meet members of other societies, visit their clubs and view their work. We enter the national Great British Cup.