Welcome

A very warm welcome to Jaguar Photographic Society. One of the oldest and most active clubs in Coventry, we have been in existence for over 40 years. We have long since become independent from Jaguar Land Rover, but still welcome photography enthusiasts at all levels from our spiritual home, as well as from Coventry, Warwickshire and the surrounding areas.

Demonstrations, practical outings, competitions, studio shoots, presentations and professional speakers are organised to suit all interests and abilities.

Feel free to drop in on one of our club nights, to see what we get up to, and meet with our members. But do check the programme first to make sure where we are on that particular evening.

If you would like to receive more information about the club, you could subscribe to our Weekly Newsletter. It contains information about club activities, and other related events in the area. The link below will take you to our subscription page.

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A very warm welcome to Jaguar Photographic Society. One of the oldest and most active clubs in Coventry, we have been in existence for over 40 years. We have long since become independent from Jaguar Land Rover, but still welcome photography enthusiasts at all levels from our spiritual home, as well as from Coventry, Warwickshire and the surrounding areas.

Demonstrations, practical outings, competitions, studio shoots and presentations are organised to suit all interests and abilities. Additionally there is a monthly meeting where several local photographic clubs combine, to form the Mercia group, where a big name lecturer is booked to give a talk or presentation on a range of photographic subjects.

If you wish to join in one of our meetings, to see what we get up to, and meet with our members, then do drop in on one of our club nights. Check the calendar first to make sure we are there - if it's a virtual meeting then you will need to register to receive the meeting login details.

Membership Registration

 

If you would like to receive more information about the club, you could subscribe to our Weekly Newsletter. It contains information about club activities, and other related events in the area. The link below will take you to our subscription page.

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"Hidden Mill" by Phil Holroyd - Overall winner 2021 Annual DPI Competition

What’s On

We try to deliver a varied programme so we enjoy our photography whilst developing our own personal styles and skills. From studio and location shoots, presentations and competitions, to visits and social events.

So what’s coming up over next couple of weeks?

  1. December 8 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

    The second round of our Annual Merit Competition. All members present will be able to vote for the winners using our voting “app”. . . . .

  2. December 15 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

    Forget photography – just a good old fashioned social night . . . . .

"Feeling Owl Pecked" by Ester Riordan - Winner Flora & Fauna 2021 Annual DPI Competition

Galleries

We have members with a whole variety of skills and interests. From newcomer to semi professional, from wildlife to studio to sports, indeed almost everything.

We like to keep our photography fun but also keep learning from one another.

Take a look at some of the work from our members, most of whom were complete rookies when they first joined.

"Royal Natasha" by Doug Watson ARPS - Winner Portrait 2021 Annual DPI Competition

Competitions

The club run a series of internal competitions, each with their own awards, for members to share their images in both print and digital form. We also compete in occasional external competitions.

2020/2021 MERIT COMPETITION ROUND FOUR

The Fun Set Subject for Round Four of this season's Merit Competition is

WATER

The closing date for entries is Friday 19th March 2021.

Image courtesy Izzy Gibson @ unsplash.com

 

 Entry Form

2021/2022 ANNUAL COMPETITIONS SET SUBJECT

At the AGM on 26th May 2021, the Set Subject for next season's Annual Print and Annual DPI competitions was agreed as

ARCHITECTURE

You now have until next April to shoot this subject.

Photo by Force Majeure on Unsplash

 

2021/2022 CREATIVE PROJECT

THE ART OF OBSERVATION

Following on from our two successful projects, we have set another challenge to stimulate the brain cells and get our creative juices flowing.

 

You can find out more information, and see the previous presentations via the button below:

Creativity Project