A club for beginners, keen amateurs, and interested photographers looking to share the world of image creation with like-minded people.
Everyone at our photographic club, including the existing members are concerned with your enjoyment and development in the art of digital image creation. No matter what camera you use, and you don't even need a camera for membership at the start, you can use a club camera. It's you that is important in our club.
At Wulftown Photographic It's you and the picture that counts.
Our motto is, … “Out of darkness cometh light” ... and our club corner stones are,
• Help with good advice.
Photography can be seen as having two sides. A wonderful expressive, artistic side giving any amateur pleasure and a great sense of achievement, attributes that photographers including myself find enthralling. Coupled with a camera and equipment side, filled with technical issues, challenging to any mere mortal.
We will help you with the problems, allowing you to draw from the technical side the knowledge needed to produce the perfect artistic picture, and have fun.
We cannot wait to see what your future photography will produce.
I bought my first “proper” camera about 5 years ago. I used it for about 2 weeks, got totally confused and baffled by all the buttons and features and promptly put it in the cupboard where it stayed for the next three years or so. I always had it in my mind that “one day” I’d get it out and learn all those features but never seemed to find the time.
I eventually stumbled back across it and decided it give it a go. With the help of some like-minded photographers I quickly learned what all the technical features meant and more importantly that it wasn’t the camera that made a great photo – yes it helped – but it wasn’t the main thing. There are some many techniques to learn that allow great photos to be taken on almost any camera or phone.
I remain an enthusiastic amateur and treat every day as a photography school day.
I adore everything about photography! From thinking of fun and unusual ideas for photoshoots to seeing the final shot framed and displayed pride of place.
Personally, I love capturing those special moments. I’ve always loved taking snaps but since having my son, I wanted to learn how to take my own studio quality images.
I also love having fun, so being able to combine all that in one group is amazing.
Wulfruna was a Saxon noblewoman who lived over a thousand years ago in the Kingdom of Mercia. The exact dates of her birth and death are not known but the Saxon Chronicles of that time give us sufficient information about Wulfruna to build up a picture of an interesting and important life.