About the Society
Barnet & Finchley Photographic Society has been in existence since 1935.
We are the proud owners of our own club room, giving us a degree of independence that is rare in small groups.
The club is keen to welcome new members, especially beginners, but also photographers of all standards who wish to improve their photographic skills or share their knowledge with others.
Our programme includes:
Regular print and slide competitions, visits from guest speakers who advise and entertain on a whole range of subjects, digital workshops, discussions, fun evenings and some very informal competitions.
We encourage our members to:
Broaden their photographic knowledge, skills and interests, enjoy the company of like minded people, participate in club competitions and activities, enjoy a social occasion.
We have embraced new technology and there is now a large contingent of the group using digital cameras. This has led to well attended digital workshops.
Each year we have an exhibition at the local library.
This is open to the public and displays photographs taken by members over the preceding year.
We meet every Thursday from 8pm at 37a, Salisbury road Barnet – at the rear of number 37, reached via the passage down the right side of the house.
Prospective members of all standards are welcome to attend up to 3 meetings as our guests without obligation.