Welcome

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Torbay Photographic Society was established in 1903 to stimulate interest in all aspects of photography.

To that end, the club has evolved a wide-ranging programme of activities that appeals to photographers of all levels of ability. We run a range of tutorial sessions, covering all aspects of photography and that is supported by lectures and illustrated talks by acknowledged experts.

The Society also organise and take part in competitions, both within the club, between clubs and extending into the wider photographic community and these run throughout our season. Selected results from these competitions are published by year under the Competitions menu and the winning images from our latest competition are displayed above (click on the slideshow to go to the results section they come from).

If you would like to find out more about how TPS operates please visit the About Us page.

To see our programme of events and activities, please visit the Events Calendar page.

To find out more about when/where we meet, or if you might be interested in joining us, please visit the Joining Us page.

Here's the latest news from the Society...

Success for Torbay Photographic Society in County-wide Inter-club Photography Competition

23/05/17

Torbay PS wins one category and scoop a number of other awards in the annual inter-club photographic competition - the Devon Clubs' Battle. ...more

Treasurer steps down after 14 years!

23/05/17

After 14 years as Treasurer of Torbay Photographic Society, Lynda Edwardes steps down from the Committee. ...more

Torbay PS wins local Inter-Club Battle

07/04/17

On 15 March 2017, for the first time any of our current members can remember (and we have some very longstanding members!), Torbay Photographic Society won the Paul Stevens Memorial Trophy in an Inter-club ‘Battle’ with Newton Abbot Photographic Club and Paignton Photographic Club. ...more

…and a great night was had by all!

14/02/17

Last Wednesday, 8th February 2017, Torbay PS welcomed Chris Johnson and his ‘Animal Encounters’ to our weekly meeting. And what a success that was! ...more