The Perthshire Photographic Society (PPS) is one of the biggest and most active photography groups in Perth and meetings attract members from as far as Kinross, Crieff, Blairgowrie and Aberfeldy. If you are looking for a place to meet other camera enthusiasts and improve your skills, this is it.
The PPS runs over 20 meetings from October to April. We have invited talks from well known photographers, a series of print and digital competitions, workshops and members nights where folks get a chance to show their work and pick the brains of the experts. For more information please take a look at the PPS website
Programme and venue
All meetings are at 7.30pm in the AK Bell Library, York Place, Perth PH2 8EP. The Soutar Lecture Theatre is the venue on most evenings but on one night in four we meet in the Sandeman Room upstairs (same entrance) and may split up into other areas of the Library First floor. See the ‘Finding us’ page for full venue information. Meetings typically conclude around 9.30pm. Full programme details are on the PPS website.
PPS is a Section of PSNS. Because of the large number of meetings throughout the season there is an additional charge for PPS membership.
A history of photography in PSNS
One of our longest-standing members, Robin Antonewicz, has written a short history of Photography within PSNS from Victorian times to the present day.