... serving photographers since 1937
Digital Slide Online Circle
As our name implies we originally circulated our art work solely by post, but now combine electronic means as well (in our On-line Circles), so are an ideal club for those unable or perhaps unwilling to travel to conventional photographic clubs and also for those who want another outlet for their creative energy and wish to share their work with others, or perhaps those who simply prefer to contemplate our work at leisure in the comfort of their own home.
We are organised in ‘circles’, some of which are specialist (eg infra red), whilst others are more general. Each comprises of around a dozen photographers who circulate their work amongst each other on a monthly basis for comment and critique. This makes for small friendly groupings that allow new members to quickly get to know others in their circle and thereby become an integral part of our club. Clicking the buttons on the left will provide you with a taste of each circle.
The method by which our pictures are circulated varies; our postal circles send their work around in pouches by post, approximately on a monthly basis, whilst the on-line digital image circles use our own custom software to exchange images and critique via our own dedicated web servers.
Each Folio, including those of the internet circles also contains a notebook dedicated to that circle in which members record their news, views, and general comments for discussion.
If you would like to receive constructive help and comments on your photographs and want to contribute by sharing your own experiences with other like minded photographic enthusiasts then you will be made most welcome within the friendly environment of The Postal Photographic Club (PPC).
There are also a number of annual club competitions; the emphasis being very much on participation, camaraderie and enjoyment of the photographic picture making process.
The slideshow provides more information on the club operates. Use the pause control to view the slides as you wish.