The aim of the Adur Photographic Society (APS) is to form a different and alternative type of society to the traditional camera club.

We will endeavour to provide in-depth instruction and advice on the use of your camera and equipment, and focus (excuse the pun) on the practicalities of your equipment to enable you to achieve the best results.

We do not propose to be a “competition and external speaker” committee-driven society, but one where the members can decide what the programme will be, which can evolve and be tailored to their requirements.

There will be in-house tutorials and demonstrations where you can gain knowledge on both camera use and photographic techniques (basic and advanced), plus the post-processing of your images.

Field photographic opportunities will be on the programme, with access to some local venues not generally open to the public.

Guidance by both internal and external photographers can be provided to those that would aim to achieve a Royal Photographic Society distinction.

This format of society can either run alongside an existing club, if you are already a member of another photographic club, or as a more hands-on practical alternative offering more opportunities to improve your photography and hone your skills.

We meet fortnightly on Tuesdays at 19:30 from the beginning of September to the end of May at the Southwick Community Centre.
We welcome photographers of all abilities, whatever your camera, be it compact or dSLR…

For more information please send us an email.

For the history of the Adur Photographic Society so far, click here.

Adur Photographic Society logo reproduced with kind permission from a photograph by Dennis Hunt, from an original stained glass artwork by Chris Howitt.