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Welcome to Herefordshire Photographic Society which was founded in 1885.

We are a keen group of amateur photographers who enjoy monthly meetings to discuss and show our work or to have guest speakers to entertain and inform us on their subject.  We also like to plan visits to take photos that we can critique at a later meeting.

It is an informal atmosphere with refreshments provided for a nominal annual subscription (please refer to subscription page).


Zoom Meetings

If you would like to join us at a Zoom meeting with no obligation initially to formally join our merry band, (we have online critiques on 2nd Monday of the month, other meetings on the third Monday of the month); please send your email address to [email protected] for a link to the meeting. Please note that our meeting night iis still Friday for Feb 2024,


Photo exhibition

We have had a window display at No 1 Gomond Street, Maylord Centre and are now a in the former Argos store courtesy of the Management of Maylord Centre until March.