The aims of the Monmouth Photographic Club are to help members improve both the quality and
their enjoyment of photography.
We are open to people of all levels of experience and expertise,and the camera you use is irrelevant.
It doesn’t matter if you have the best quality camera that money can buy and produce fine quality 16” x 12” prints, or you use a simple point and shoot camera and want to take picture of your children / grandchildren.
Our aim is to help you get the best out of your photography.
We do this through a series of meetings through the winter which can broadly be split into four
categories as follows:-
1)Talks and demonstrations.
The club invites well-known photographers to come and talk to the club and exhibit some of their work either in the form of digital, slides or prints. Seeing other people’s work gives you inspiration for improving your own photography.
Members are invited to try various aspects of photography with support
from members or tutors.
By entering competitions you can see how your photography is improving and how
it compares with the work of other members. The judges are always helpful in providing friendly
Certain evenings in the programme are designated as members evenings
the exact content of a particular evening is decided by the members and include such things as
members giving a demonstration of a particular photographic skill / technique that they use,
studio evenings, discussion evenings on a particular aspect of photography, photograph
assessment evenings etc.