Battle Photographic Society


New members (accomplished photographers or beginners) and visitors are all assured of a warm welcome.  If you are interested in joining, or would like to learn more about us, please see our About page and FAQs or simply come to the hall one evening

Full details of next years Programme can be found in the Calendar

If you wish to see some of our members work click to visit the Members Gallery




Next Meeting

23rd. Sept at 7.30pm


Close Up Workshop.

With Louise.




Next Competition.

7th October 

1st Monthly PDI Competition

Judge Tony Bentley ARPS

Closing date 1st October 



Club News

Check out the Revised Programme on the Menu Bar.

Alterations in RED.

Date for Workshop 2 has been changed as have several Committee meetings.



"An exhibition of local Second World War photographs, never seen before, is being put on by Battle Museum of Local History and the Battle Photographic Society. Terence Page, Marston Hart and Peter Greene scanned the images and made some improvements. Richard Tickner kindly made all the prints to a high standard. The exhibition will begin on 1 August in Battle Library and last until 27 September. The photos are the ones that there was no room to include in the best-selling book Battle at War, still available from Rother Books in the High Street. Visitors will be able to leave messages and information, which the Museum will follow up. The exhibition opening hours are: Tuesday 10-4; Wednesday 10-1; Thursday 11-6; Friday/Saturday 10-5.

Another successful cooperation with Battle Museum after our Battle 'Then' and 'Now' exhibition in 2015 to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of our Society".




External Competitions to enter.


We would like to invite you to enter 7th KHAYYAM International Exhibition of Photography, 2019, the Exhibition with the patronage of FIAP & PSA.


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This is a Monthly Themed Competition so the link will be available continuosly so check out the various subjects.
Click the title to go to the web page for full details.






Places to visit, things to see.


If your holiday travel plans take you to New York City this September then why not check out the

Pop Up Photo Exhibition in Brooklyn.

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The Royal Academy of Arts in London is having a weekend-long lecture series coming up that we thought might be of interest to your society. The course is titled A Concise History of Photography and explores the history of the medium and how our preconceptions of what photography is and can be have changed over time. The course is led by Mark Rawlinson, Associate Professor in the History of Art at the University of Nottingham.

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Supporting Suppliers

Supplier of high quality Papers and presentation materials


Picture Framing Services.



Mount Cutting Systems


Longridge Mount Cutters

This company who gave a demonstration in 2017 are offering members discount on purchases from their web site by using the code Bat10.

Click the link above to visit their new site.