Links

Whitstable Photographic Group Public Facebook page is a available for anyone to see and is used to publicise the events and activities of the club.

Whitstable Photographic Group Members Facebook page is a closed group for members only. If you wish to join our group, you must first apply and join Whitstable Photographic Club.

 

Whitstable Photographic Group's Facebook page, has been created to benefit all club members. We use it to share and exchange news, photographic tips and hints, what's happening in and around Whitstable and Kent, plus sell or exchange unwanted photographic gear. It's another tool for all members to use.

Whitstable Photographic Group Flickr page is a place for members to display their work in high quality whilst retaining copyright and full control over who can download the images.

If you like what you see and wish to come along, join us on Monday evenings at 7:45pm (September to May), you would be made very welcome.

 

Please see 'Programme' for details.

 

Parish Social Centre, Parish for our Lady Immaculate 15a Castle Road, Whitstable, Kent, CT5 2DY

 

Or go to the Contact page to speak to one of the committee members.

Links to other web sites
Photographic Organisations:

 

Royal Photographic Society

Kent County Photographic Association (KCPA)

Local Camera Clubs:

Herne Bay Camera Club

Faversham & District Camera Club

Canterbury Photographic Society

Photographic Supplies:

Warehouse Express

Camera World

7 Day Shop

Canterbury Camera Centre

Photographic Mount Supplies:

www.cotswoldmounts.co.uk

Informative and helpful websites;

PHoto Start Sheet, a lot of well organised useful links.

www.photostartsheet.com

Johan J.Ingles-Le Nobel Macro Photography

http://extreme-macro.co.uk/

 

Gavin Hoey Photography

https://www.youtube.com/user/PhotoGavin

 

Mike Browne Photography

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs4S07E5NC0R7pVuzBJ0e8Q

 

Anthony Morganti Photography

https://www.youtube.com/user/AnthonyMorganti

Five Fundamental Elements of Great Photographs

https://www.lightstalking.com/5-fundamental-elements-of-great-photographs/