Newton Abbot Photographic Club was established in 1942 and boasts a membership of between 40 – 50 people. We exist for the aim of enjoying and sharing our hobby of photography, whether you’re a novice or advanced photographer.
Our programme runs from September to early May (see current programme on this website). Most members now work with digital cameras, producing digital images, digital art and Audio Visual work. However we do have some members who prefer the medium of film and traditional black and white photography.
We have a varied programme throughout the season, including guest speakers, practical evenings, critique evenings and competitions. We also have three groups that meet on separate evenings, Critique Group led by Chris Marsham, Locations Group led by Mike Cowley and Audio Visual Group led by Alan Boothman.
For those who would like to learn more about the technical aspects of photography, we have a Beginners Group, led by Gordon Aspland. This group will only go ahead if there are enough interested members.
We meet at the Courtenay Centre, Kingsteignton Road, Newton Abbot from 7.00 pm (for a 7.30pm start) on Tuesdays from September to the end of April, with a social event in early May at a venue to be announced nearer the date.