Wokingham Photography Club

Explore your Passion for Photography

Wokingham Photography Exhibition

Wokingham Photography Club is holding its Annual Print Exhibition at Wokingham Town Hall from 26th to 27th April 2024. Entry is free to all visitors, and everyone is welcome to attend. 

The exhibition is open during the following hours:

Friday, 26th April: 10am to 4pm

Saturday, 27th April: 10am to 4pm

Feel free to come along and have a chat with the members about their photography and how the club helps them. Whether it be the many talented photographers that visit to talk about their chosen areas of photography or the diverse entries into the competitions the club runs during the year.

We would love to see you...

Whatever your interest in photography, whatever your level of expertise and knowledge, 'Wokingham Photography Club' allows you to explore and develop your passion in photography. We’re a friendly bunch, always looking to welcome new faces.

So, if you’re interested to find out more about us, why not come along to one of our weekly, Thursday evening events and see how you like it. Take a look at what’s coming up on the programme and get an initial taste for the Club at no cost.

We’d love to meet you.

Wokingham Photography Club – A name change for a new era

The world of photography has changed dramatically over recent years with the arrival of digital cameras, smart phones and social media. More and more people of all ages and backgrounds are taking an interest in photography. Recognising this changing photographic landscape, Wokingham & East Berkshire Camera Club has recently changed its name to Wokingham Photography Club.

“Changing our name from Camera to Photography Club reflects the changing nature of our world”, explains Glynis Jodrell, Chair of the Club. “We believe that the new name will help the Club to appeal to a broader range of future members. Photography in its widest sense is what we’re all passionate about and the new name reflects that.”

Club member, John Massey, talks about his Photographic Journey and shares some of his images.

Waterloo Head by Philip Blanchard

Check out the Club Programme for the 2023/24 Season.

Seascape by  Rodney Hart

Interested in Joining the Photography Club?

The Design Museum by John Massey

Take a look at the 2022 Members Exhibition images.

Familia by Wayne Richards

Learn How to Mount a Print.

View from Perch Rock by Rob Walker