Kirkcaldy Photographic Society
The very first meeting of Kirkcaldy Photographic Society took place in 1898 and our group has been going strong ever since. Our aim is to provide a meeting point for people with an interest in photography and to try to cater for likes in most areas of photography and for all levels of expertise (from novice to expert) in a very informal environment. We take pride in being a friendly members-club with members coming from all over Fife and we make every effort to make newcomers feel welcome.
Our club runs regular training nights for members and we invite interesting guest speakers along to help us enjoy our photography and hopefully to teach us more about our fascinating hobby. We have a club outing once a month to various locations, both locally in Fife and further afield in Scotland and these prove very popular. We hold our own internal club competitions for both novice and advanced workers and compete in friendly competition with other local clubs and further-flung clubs in the Scottish Photographic Federation.
We currently meet at The Glebe Park Neighbourhood Centre, Glebe Park, Kirkcaldy KY1 1BL on most Monday nights (except for public holidays) between each September until the following May, during the hours of 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm and also hold monthly club outings during the summer recess too.
If you would like further information on our club please look at our club website www.kirkcaldyphotographicsociety.co.uk. We hope you enjoy browsing both this excellent ‘About Kirkcaldy’ website and our own Kirkcaldy Photographic Club website and we hope to see you at one of our meetings after our September re-start. If you have any questions or comments then please get in touch with us as we would like to hear from you.
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