York Photographic Society

New Season Starts 6th September. Full 2017-2018 programme published

This is the website of York Photographic Society, York's longest established photography club and indeed one of Britain's earliest photographic societies. New members are always welcome to this thriving, friendly and energetic camera club.

2015/16 YPS Colour Print Competition Results, Next Week's Talk and Project Night Information

The YPS Colour Print Competition was held on the 3rd February 2016. The entries were expertly judged by Dave Coates ARPS, ESFIAP/p, APSA, EPSA, MPAGB, APAGB from Northallerton and the winner was YPS President, Peter Bayliss with his shot of "A Common Tree".

The full results and galleries of placed, Highly Commended and Commended images are here.

A Common Tree by Peter Bayliss :: All Rights Reserved

A Common Tree by Peter Bayliss :: All Rights Reserved

Next week, YPS member Neville Turton is giving a talk entitled, "My 4 Fs -- From Field and Village Into Camera and Prints". We all know the quality of Neville's prints and hopefully, he'll let us in on his secrets!

A week later sees another of our popular Project Nights. The theme is "Gritty Urban Environments". A reminder that images should be emailed to Alison rather than Russell for this one. You can also bring images on a thumbdrive on the night.

As a brief recap on the details that were on the email that Alison circulated recently, images should fit within a box measuring 1400 pixels horizontally by 1050 pixels vertically. They should be JPEGs in sRGB space.

Name the files as number_some title_your name.jpg (e.g. 1_gritty minster_freda bloggs.jpg). So, no leading zero and there's an underscore between the number and title and then title and name. The reason for this is so that images are projected in some sort of order rather than a single member's images being shown in one go.

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