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Welcome to Whitstable Photographic Group


Having Fun with Photography

We are currently enjoying our summer recess, with outdoor activities and a summer challenge. Normal meetings will resume on 9th September. We meet fortnightly on Mondays at 7:15 for a 7:30 start, at Whitstable Rugby Club. The location can be found on our "contact" page and the details of meetings are in the programme. Come along and say hello, guests are very welcome at £3 per meeting.

Our members are of all ages and abilities and we welcome new and experienced photographers to the club. Our meetings feature talks from leading photographers, practical evenings and friendly competitions judged by supportive experts. If you want to know more, please have a look at our "
Frequently Asked Questions". 

We hope you enjoy looking at our members' work in the Gallery and if you are interested in joining us please get in touch using the form on our Contact page.
Two members looking over the sea wall
WPG Members learning about still life

Latest News

Latest News

RIP Tom Fowler

Sadly our friend and longstanding member Tom Fowler has passed away.

It was Tom who first suggested the "coffee morning" meetings to supplement our club nights and he looked forward to them greatly. An accomplished film photographer and enthusiastic collector of cameras and eater of toasted tea cakes, he will be greatly missed. The portrait is by Claire Gilbert.

Tom Fowler.jpg

Victory in the Battle with Malling and Herne Bay

We were victorious in the three way battle against Herne Bay and Malling, but it was a hollow victory because Malling forgot to bring their prints!

Second Place in the Swale Trophy

Whitstable Photographic Group were second in the Swale Trophy battle against Sittingbourne and Faversham

Best of the Year

This year, members were allowed to submit the DPI and print of their choice for the "Best of the Year" competition, judged by Andy Smith LRPS CPAGB. Rupert Brun's image "Sea Mist in Wales" won the print competition, whilst Melvyn Crowe's "Couples" won the DPI round. Lesley Amos came second in both categories. Full results on the "Best of the Year" page.

Please note that all images on this site are strictly copyright protected and should not be used in any form without prior permission.

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