Newark & District Photographic Society has existed to promote and provide support for Amateur Photography in and around Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England since 1938.
A keen group of photographers, we meet weekly between September and April to hear guest speakers talk on their photographic techniques & experiences, and to receive constructive criticism of our own work.
This website was created to allow parties interested in photography both locally and further afield to see what we do. You will find contact details, news, reminders of upcoming events and competition deadlines, our current programme, society and competition rules, guidelines for nature competitions, preparation guides for print and projected digital image competitions, and several galleries of members' work.
All correspondence should be emailed to the relevant contact or posted to the Hon. General Secretary:
Newark & District Photographic Society, c/o 104b North Gate, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG24 1HF.
Change of Lecture for 7th of January
Mark Fernly will sadly not be able to bring us his talk on 'Wildlife Photography based in the lowland Peruvian Amazon Rainforest'.
Instead Gianpiero Ferrari FBPE, DPAGB, FRPS, will be presenting his talk 'The Long Wild Journey Down-under'.
Change of Lecture and Venue for 19th of November
David Fieldhouse will sadly not be able to bring us his talk on 'Landscapes and Seascapes', in which he demonstrates how colour, composition, light and crop all help to make an image work.
Instead Chris Upton has stepped in with his talk 'Passion for Pictures', which covers a little bit of everything.
We will be in the Sir Stuart Goodwin Pavilion, the entrance is about 25yrds from our usual venue.
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Data Protection Policy
Please be aware that, with the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018) and European Union General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) coming into force this year, The Society has had to overhaul its Data Protection Policy. Although extensively rewritten, The Society's policy remains substantively the same as before and The Society remains committed to maintaining your trust and privacy.