Tawny Eagle
The Watcher
Snow Leopard
Sunset Swan
STF Vandrarhem, Stockholm
Inaugural Run
Alpine glacier
Old Coastguard Cottages, Portland Bill
Parasol Mushrooms, Old Sulehay, Nov 2014
Bamburgh Castle from Stag Rock, 2013
Tree-bumblebee on bramble
River Derwent, Nov 2013
Rannoch Moor
Knot wader roost Stag Rock Oct 2013
Hills in mid-Wales
Chalkhill Blue, Portland Bill
Santorini impressions
Small Skipper, Maiden Castle, Dorset
Wave breaking and Black Headed Gulls taking off
Porth Naven
Holy Island boats


If you are interested in photography, then Peterborough Photographic Society is suitable for beginners and experienced photographers alike. It meets regularly most Tuesdays throughout the season at 7:30pm (from Sept 5th 2017 to May 8th 2018) in a well equiped club room at the Parkway Sports & Social Club (directions here). Enjoy a full programme of quality guest speakers, practical demonstrations, internal and external competitions, an Annual Exhibition, photographic trips and some lively social events.

Visitors and new members are always welcome with no obligation to join for the first few visits. Come along and visit PPS in the comfort of our clubroom, which has its own bar, and make new friends. See how you can improve your photographic skills. Get help and advice from more experienced photographers.

COMP.5 Print Results

18 members entered 54 prints in the Comp.5 print competition and judged by David Jordan FRPS. Congratulations for the top 20 scores which went to. 'Enigmatic' by Colin Bradshaw CPAGB.BPE2*. Peter Malton with 'Chalkhill Blue on Knapweed' and Ian Haskell with 'Glen Etive Sunset Reflections'. As the print competitions have now finished this season Ian Haskell has won, Stuart Ball came second and Colin Bradshaw came third and the full results are here as well.

Photo Hunt 2018

On January 9th this year's Photo Hunt was judged by Rex Makesom on his first visit to PPS for the first evening of 2018. The five teams who entered were Going Solo, Photogenic, The Malton Mafia, Fen Country and Routemaster. Choosing your team name is where the fun starts.

Ten images are entered in some rather strange categories like "things organised neatly", "a PDI that includes one of your vices" and "an in between moment". There are twenty categories to choose from.


19 Members entered 57 Prints and was judged by David Neve. The top 20 scores came from Neil Malton with 'An Inspector Calls', Judy Hodgson with 'Lost', Ian Haskell with 'Female Kingfisher', Mike Burns with 'Sad News' and Colin Bradshaw with 'Connection'.