Works to educate the public in photography, and in issues of cultural identity and human rights; includes their programme of gallery exhibitions and events, their archive of culturally diverse photography, and contacts. Based in London.
David Game School of Photography
London based college offering evening and weekend photography workshops run by professional photographers for serious amateurs.
Gallery of work by the landscape photographer.
The Disabled Photographers Society
Encourages people with disabilities to take up and enjoy photography. Includes galleries of members' work, FAQ, news, links, and a forum.
Glasgow District Photographic Union (GDPU)
A Scottish photographic organisation supporting clubs and individual enthusiasts across west and central Scotland. Includes a diary of competitions and events, listing of affiliated clubs, news and contacts.
A commercial and public gallery in London dedicated to photographic art and artist’s film and video. Provides information about exhibitions, past and current, artist profiles, schedule of talks, and details of their magazine.
North East Photography Network
Works to develop and promote photography in the North East of England; includes news and events, exhibition calendar, and their schedule of talks and lectures.
Richard Wheeler, specialises in photographing the Peak District and the UK.
Largest public gallery in London dedicated to photography. Contains information on exhibitions, talks and events, plus news for visitors.
Extensive site providing advice on different photography locations around the UK, plus detailed tutorials.
Photomonth East London
An international photography festival held every October and November; with a programme of exhibitions and workshops, details of awards, news, and contacts.
A charity that creates participatory photography programmes so that disadvantaged and marginalised communities develop their voice. Describes their current projects and training, with events and exhibitions, online resources, and contacts.
Royal Photographic Society
Features information on the society's history, collections, exhibitions and awards, with events listing, education section and forum.
Provides a guide to legislation that applies to taking photographs, and campaigns to protect and promote photographers' rights.
Scotland In Print
A collection of medium format landscape photos from Scotland and around the world by Malcolm Scott.
An informal network of photographers, including amateurs, professionals, students and academics, formed to encourage photography as an art form; contains details of their portfolio sessions around Scotland, galleries, and contacts.
Scottish Photographic Circle
Formed to promote pictorial photography in Scotland by means of lectures and discussions on art. Includes details of venues and dates for exhibitions, syllabus, and membership details.
Scottish Photographic Federation
Supports and promotes amateur photography and clubs throughout Scotland; includes details of competitions, news, resources, details of area reps, and a listing of members clubs.
Celebrating the best in the wider tradition of humanist documentary photography.
The Stereoscopic Society
Founded in 1893 to exploit the possibilities of 3D photography; provides details of meetings and exhibitions, galleries, and details of their library holdings.
The Stereoscopic Society
Brings together all who are interested in viewing or taking photographs or making videos in 3 Dimensions.
Stills, Scotland's Centre for Photography
Provides facilities and courses to support photographers; includes their programme of activities, exhibitions, details of creative groups, a listing of resident artists, and contacts.
United Photographic Portfolios
Postal photography club which operates via small circles across the UK; members contribute and comment on photos within their circle. Includes details of how it works plus an online gallery.