Helensburgh Photographic Club has a membership of around 80 members, meeting on Tuesdays at 7.30pm between September and April at Helensburgh Sailing Club’s clubhouse. Details of how to find the venue are in the 'Find Us' section of the website. New members of all ages and abilities with an interest in photography are welcome.
Our PROGRAMME has a varied and interesting content designed to inspire, entertain and challenge our members to improve their photography in a relaxed and light hearted atmosphere. We have workshops on the basics through to advanced techniques assisting members in their self improvement. A one to one mentoring scheme, run by our most experienced members, is also on offer.
Internal and external competitions are a keystone of our programme. To get the most fun out of being a club member, all are encouraged enter in either the Beginners or Open sections. Entries from last season's internal competitions can be seen here in this Gallery .
If you are considering joining, please come along on a Tuesday night and talk to us. We'd be delighted to see you.
What is on the website?
Take some time to browse around the website and you'll find information about the club, tips about photography and image editing, details of club events past, present and future, as well as lots of images produced by club members. The site is constantly changing, and more pictures and information are added frequently, so it's worth visiting often.
If you are new to the website, and have any comments or suggestions, please take a moment to sign our guest book. We are keen to hear what you think...
Latest News [all news here]
If you would like more details, please contact an office bearer from the list below:
|Vice President||John Crawford|
|Programme Secretary||Neill Ross|
|Competition Secretary||Guy Phillips|
Helensburgh Photographic Club is based in Helensburgh, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.
HPC is affiliated to the Scottish Photographic Federation (SPF), which is part of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB). These are photographic organisations that promote amateur photography.