Lymm Photographic Society - Current Programmes of events
Sharing the joys of photography in our village

All meetings are face to face at the Spread Eagle

Meetings : the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month except during August

Note - for Members Photos Evening please submit up to 8 photos on a memory stick/by email, to be shown to fellow members, unless advised differently on the web site, by email or at a previous club meeting.
                                                                                                                                                     * Members please also see image Usage Note below
January 10th Speaker : Brian Law - Phone Photography
January 24th Technical Evening: Critique Night
Send in 1 or 2 of your photos for us to critique/help improve, or someone else’s photo that you would like to have taken but not sure how to.
February 14th AGM + The LPS President's 2023 Review
February 28th Speaker : Alan Williams - Elizabeth Pullman
A fascinating story about New Zealand's first female professional photographer who was born in Lymm in 1838.
March 13th Members Images: Theme = ‘Book Titles’
March 27th LCPU Print Images - Review & Critique
April 10th Speaker : tbc
April 24th Members:  Annual Competition (Open Digital plus Members Prints) (new images only)
May 8th Technical Evening - how to mount prints Members Images
May 22nd Speaker : Ian Whiston Wildlife Photography
June 12th Members Images: Theme = 'Electric'
June 26th LPS Speaker(s) : Chris Berg - Nepal  (+ AN Other tbc)
July 10th CLUB OUTING - details tbc
July 24th Members Images: Theme = Black & White (Monochrome)
August No Meetings - summer break...
September 11th tbc
September 25th tbc
October 9th tbc
October 23rd tbc
November 13th tbc
November 27th
December 11th The ever popular Christmas fun night. See which photographs the Spread Eagle's landlady Molly selects for our monthly Spread Eagle exhibition.  Theme, chosen by Molly, tbc
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* Usage note - members' photos may be used in low resolution on the web site, Facebook or to otherwise promote the Society, unless a member has advised otherwise they would prefer not to support the club in this way.
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