Our activity meeting in May on the evening of Wednesday 15th will be a visit to photograph the temple of the Church of the Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) at Chorley. Only the outside. This is right next to Junction 8 of the M61. If coming from Horwich, go up the M61 to Junction 8 and turn […]

Photographing the Temple

The tour of the caves at Ingleton is now booked.  It will commence at 1.00pm and last about 80 minutes. If possible, please share transport with others in your area.  Allow travel time from Bolton to White Scar Cave minimum 1.5 hours. The entry cost is ¬£9.75 per person.  Bill will relieve you of your […]

Trip to White Scar Cave, Ingleton, Tuesday 26th March

An interesting style of photography is “painting with light”, where the photographer aims to capture the effects of moving lights in a very dark environment.  We had an excursion to the very atmospheric Liverpool Castle, Horwich, which is a ruined castle, which is quite spooky.  Ten of the members turned up to capture the spectre-cal […]

Bolton Digital go Painting with Light

We had an interesting competition in February with the theme of “21st Century Britain”. This gave our members a wide variety of ways to interpret this theme, from modern architecture to street poverty. See what you think of our winning images in this page (or select Competitions tab above): http://boltondigital.org/bwg_gallery/competition-2019-02/

21st Century Britain – themed competition

Our tradition¬† for some years has been to hold an annual inter-club battle between Bolton Camera Club, Wigan Photographic Society and Bolton Digital Photographic Society. This year, it was hosted by BDPS in Horwich at our meeting on Wednesday 22nd August.¬† There was a PDI round of 10 images per club, followed by a mounted […]

The Annual Battle

The Great Exhibition of the North is on at the moment, centred in Newcastle, but with other exhibits in places all over The North.  This was a good excuse for a weekend up there, enjoying the sights of the City as well as the many diverse exhibits in many museums, galleries, halls and campuses. This […]

The Great Exhibition of the North