Driffield Photographic Society was founded in 1950. Over the years we have had various ‘homes’ and for the past few years have resided at the Bell Hotel, Market Place, Driffield.
We normally meet in the Maple Room on Monday evenings from 7:30pm.
Currently we will be holding meetings on Zoom whilst the government guidelines limit meetings to no more than 6 people.
There are approximately 50 current members. We have a full and varied programme throughout the year, which includes both internal and external competitions, talks from local photographers on various subjects, ranging from wildlife and landscape photography in the Outer Hebrides, the Shetland Isles and Cumbria to travels in Africa and South America.
The members also host club nights which include technical demonstrations and showing off our work. Our members use all types of camera, from compact to digital Single Lens Reflex (SLR). Not everyone enters competitions and just come along to enjoy an evening of photographic know-how.
Adult Membership £35.00 a year
Junior membership £10.00 a year
Fees are due in October, so why not come along and see if you like us for free for the first few meetings, and then decide if you fancy joining us on a regular basis.