We are a lively and thriving club supporting photographers of all levels from beginner to expert who all share a passion of creating wonderful images.
The club has been known as “Andover Split Image Photographic Society” or ASIPS for some 35 years. Many of our new members would be puzzled by the term “Split Image” so in 2014 it was decided to bring matters up to date and re-identify the club as simply “Andover Photographic Club”.
The aim of the club is to provide a friendly and stimulating environment to encourage photographers of all levels of ability to enjoy what they do and to support them in acquiring new skills. We support film and embrace the digital age.
Each year’s programme of events includes skill learning sessions in colour, monochrome and digital photography with talks and demonstrations from visiting professionals.
Many of our members draw their enjoyment solely from the wide range of speakers and seeing the work of others. For those who wish to submit their work for assessment the society provides a wide range of club and interclub competitions. We also run a programme of practical learning and hands-on sessions.
Club Newsletter 01
Last WeekThe club met on Thursday as usual at the Enham Club. The event was Photo in an hour,where members had one hour to go out take some photos and submit 2 JPEG images fora knockout competition. There were some excellent, creative images, and the winner by popular vote was Steve Radford with an imageContinue reading
Excellent Photographic Review displaying local skills [Andover, Hampshire, Saturday 14th September 2019] Andover Photography Club, established in 1981, thirty eight years ago and thriving was honoured to have the Worshipful the Mayor of Test Valley, Cllr Martin Hatley, and Mayoress, Mrs Joanne Hatley, open the Clubs fourth biennial Photography Exhibition at The Museum of theContinue reading