Useful Links

We offer links to external sites which we believe are of interest to some of our members.
We also offer links to web sites run by our members.
APS does not recommend any site nor does it accept any liability resulting from their use.
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Buying from Amazon? Help Amersham Photographic Society . . .

Whenever you click on this link to buy from Amazon, Amersham Photographic Society will recieve a small commission from your spend. So please buy all your Amazon purchases via this link – it will help to keep down subscriptions, buy new equipment, enable us to afford good speakers, etc. The link will take you directly to the Amazon UK web site.  This will not affect your personal Amazon account.

Members’ Web sites

Nigel Cox Sleepy Tree Photography
Rod Darrah Rod Darrah
Peter Jones Pretty Pictures – Contemporary wedding photography
PhotoExperiences – Photography courses for the not so experienced
Pirjo Keene Pirjo keene – Photographer
Ted Kinsey Only on film and only in black and white
Bob Marshall Images by Bob Marshall
Don Morgan Fine Art Photos
Volunteering
Chris Palmer Chris Palmer Photography
Ian Silvester Ian Silvester Photography
Mark A Phillips Mark A Phillips
Steve Smith Steve Smith Photography
The Gallery Apartment in North Berwick – Luxury holiday accommodation
Roger Wotton Roger Wotton Photography

 

Photographic Organisations

Royal Photographic Society
Photographic Alliance of Great Britain   To suscribe to the PAGB e-newsletter, click |here|
Chilterns Association of Camera Clubs
Federation of North-West London Photographic Societies

Local Camera Clubs and Photographic Societies

Buckingham Camera Club
Chalfonts and Gerrards Cross CXamera Club
Chesham Photographic Club
Chiltern Society Photo Group
Croxley Camera Club
Hemel Hempstead Photographic Society
Maidenhead Camera Club
Princes Risborough Photographic Society
Tring and District Camera Club
Wallingford Photographic Club
Watford Camera Club
Whitchurch Hill Camera Club
Windsor Photographic Society
Wycombe Photographic Society
XRR Photographic Society

Interesting  or Useful Sites

IAC (Institute of Amateur Cinematographers): Much advice about films, filming & AVs, including advice on filming in public (our link).
ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers of England, Wales & N.I.): Guidance for photographers (This is on the IAC web site as it doesn’t seem to be available from the APCO site).
UK Photographers’ Rights Version 2 – Updated on 30 March 2009
PDF guide by Linda Macpherson, freelance legal consultant specialising in Media & Intellectual Property Laws.
The same site has links for USA and Australian photographers rights.
Blurb: On-line digital books
Cambridge in Colour:  A Learning Community for Photographers.  Loads of help here.
Camera Repair Workshop: All types of camera repairsBletchley, MK
Carters Mounts
come well-regarded for custom print mounts
Computer Cavern:  Good friendly, service. “We sell everything for computers, cameras & some LCD TVs”. Computer & printer repairs, etc.
Digital Photography Review:  The best equipment reviews online.
DIY Framing: Lots of mountboards and framing neccessities.  Now at the Cressex Estate, High Wycombe
DS Colour Labs: For On-line photo printing at very good prices (eg. £1.05 for A3 size!).  Used by at least one of APS’s successful photographers.
ePHOTOzine:  Online photography magazine.
Lion Picture Framing Supplies: Well-regarded supplier of top-quality items.
The Luminous Landscape: Wide ranging articles, tutorials, etc on photography & imaging
Marrutt:  Excellent source of materials and advice for photo printing.
On-Line Paper:Suppliers of a good range of quality Digital Fine Art papers, etc
Permajet:  Supplier of photographic inkjet papers (with ICC profiles), ink systems, etc.
The Photographer’s Ephemeris: Sun & Moon calculator to aid in planning light conditions on photo shoots
ProAm Imaging: On-line digital prints
St Cuthberts Mill:  Manufacturer of Somerset fine art photographic inkjet papers.
X-rite photo: Makers of the Color Munki have many videos on colour management.  Very good site.

Audio Visual and Digital Projection

Aego M Loudspeakers:  Powerful, small, clear, robust and economical. Highly recommended for club Audio-Visuals
Image AV, Didcot:  Great for demos, loans, pricing and support. Choosing a digital projector is extremely difficult. Image AV were invaluable to us.

Reference Sites

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