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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.

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The emblem of the town of Dorking is a large male chicken, and here it is - The Giant Cock of Dorking

Leaf raindrops.

A Hawker on a plank again (sorry top of a gate) close-up Rooksbury Mill

A quick poll! Which looks better - the original photo I entered into the recent Bi-Monthly or the cropped version? I would appreciate all comments.

One from Monday at the Charter Fair in Salisbury.

Grand Harbour Hotel Southampton

The other side of Itchen Bridge, Southampton

Salisbury on Monday night hand held

Me and my ball Marwell Zoo

After the storm, Squinty Bridge Glasgow

Itchen Bridge Southampton

great eveing at salisbury

Stargazer Lily stamens

Rose "Wildfire"

Japanese Anenome

Warning..................cute puppy.

Taken at Marwell Zoo and i played around in Photoshop

More from the Charter Fair; it was not very busy, but it was the first time I have seen a ride like the one in the third image here - not to be attempted after having a pint or two.

I am new to Andover and would like to join the camera club, could someone please give me information. I belonged to the Westville Camera Club in Durban South Africa and have been in UK since March.

Slightly odd one from tonight's trip to the Salisbury Charter Fair. This was not taken on a tripod/monopod, but hand held /braced on a fence. 1 sec, f22, ISO 200, 18 mm. I just wanted to see what would happen.

Here's a couple of the shot's of the sun taken over Andover,Hampshire today. 16/10/17 I believe the blood red is caused by sand whipped up by the hurricane in the upper atmosphere. Didn't get many good photo's as it was very cloudy

Dark Decay.

One from Marwell Zoo today 15/10/17
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