Whitton Photographic Club is a small, friendly photographic club, which has been in existence since 1966. We normally have between ten and twenty members at our meetings, either in person or online through Zoom.

We recently lowered our membership age to 16 to recognise the importance of the use of media and the use of phone cameras among young people.

Membership covers a wide range of ability from novices to highly experienced photographers. The commonality of all members is the enjoyment of our photography and the wish to improve our techniques. Prospective new members are welcome to come along for two consecutive weeks before joining the club. Just ask the door steward to show you where we meet in the community centre. Members of other local photo clubs may like to join us to get hands on experience of photography including studio work, learn from other photographers how to use all types of digital cameras and enter judged competitions in a relaxed atmosphere. These evenings are very educative in terms of improving our photography.

We also have evenings where we discuss images presented by members. Some of our members also belong to other local photo clubs.

We welcome people who use digital and film cameras or phones with cameras and hope that in time you will enter up to 3 digital images and up to 3 prints in the monthly competitions where you will learn so much by experience and from the judges' comments. We try to arrange outings as frequently as possible so that we can share ideas and techniques and have some fun.

We meet on Monday evenings at Whitton Community Centre, Percy Road, Whitton from 7.45 -10.00 pm