Wokingham Photography Club
Explore your Passion for Photography
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.
"Yellowstone in Black, White and Infrared" – A Talk by Simon Weir, 7th March at 8.00pm
Wokingham Photography Club is delighted to welcome Simon Weir to talk at the Club on Thursday, 7th March 2024 about Yellowstone in Black, White and Infrared. In his own words:
“This cold weather adventure tells the story of Yellowstone National Park in the dead of winter. It combines a touch a history and geology of Yellowstone, with infrared landscape and B&W wildlife images. It also includes a short multi-media piece about the Yellowstone bison, as well as a conservation film on the role of wolves in the Yellowstone ecosystem.”
The talk promises to be full of anecdotes about the realities of shooting in temperatures as low as -30 degrees C and will be a highly entertaining evening for photographers of all levels.
You can find out more about Simon’s work by visiting his website at www.simonweir.com
The talk at the Cornerstone in Wokingham starts at 8.00pm but members and non-members are welcome to arrive after 7.30pm.
Non-members can purchase tickets HERE.
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.”
Waterloo Head by Philip Blanchard
Seascape by Rodney Hart
The Design Museum by John Massey
Familia by Wayne Richards
View from Perch Rock by Rob Walker