IOTPS.... Thanet's Camera Club
Who are we?
We are a Camera Club for those living in
Ramsgate, Broadstairs, Margate and
surrounding areas. We meet on Monday evenings at Ramsgate Football Club
Price's Ave, Ramsgate CT11 0AN
7.30 for 7.45pm
Why we love our Club
Inclusive, Educational, Passionate
We are a friendly and inclusive
club. If you are new to photography or more experienced you will be warmly welcomed. You can meet other photographers, get tips and feedback on your photography, learn different techniques, improve your editing skills and enjoy the many interesting talks and practical demonstrations we have through the season. All of us love our photography and the club aims to further the interests of all our members. We really encourage mutual assistance and suggestions for something new are welcomed! Take a look at our programme for the upcoming season starting in September. We hope to inspire all of our current members and encourage others to join us!
We are always looking for new members so if you enjoy photography and would like to meet like minded people click on "Contact Us"
and fill in the form so that we can get back to you.
Take a look at the images in the galleries for examples of the work of some of our members.
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Our latest blog post - click on the main menu IOTPS BLOG to see all of our posts
Our second set subject competition of the season was to make images using long exposure and there were a variety of print entries, which were judged by Paul Parkinson LRPS CPAGB in a light hearted but thorough and informative way. First place went to Eddie Bradley with a lovely image entitled "The gymnast of Budva", showing milky sea and sky and a fantastic sculpture; minimalistic but beautiful with gorgeous colours. Well done for getting such a great shot. Second place went to Peter Brewer with a great image entitled "Piano movement" capturing a moment in time with ghostly hands playing, and third place went to Steve Lee with his image "Wind and rain" showing a milky sea and a brooding sky with plenty of movement. Great to see such excellent examples of using long exposure to its full effect. Click on IOTPS BLOG to see the second and third place images as well.