Welcome to the online home of The Llanelli Photographic Society. Our meetings are on Wednesdays at 7.30pm at the Dafen Community Hall. Please contact us for more details.

Members learning the ins & outs of a location fashion shoot with LED lighting.

Established in 1891 we are proud to be the longest running photographic club in Wales.

The club is a member of the Welsh Photographic Federation (WPF) which is in turn part of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB). We hold weekly meetings that are a mix of guest speakers, image editing workshops, practical evenings and discussion forums. We also hold friendly competitions both internally and against other clubs. During the Summer months we head off with our cameras to various locations through the area.

New members are always welcome!

Why not come along & see for yourself what we are up to, have a chat, a coffee & relax with like-minded photographers in a friendly and creative environment.

Ed & Colin out & about with LPS at the sunflowers at Worms Head on one of our many Summer outings.

Inexperience is no barrier! Anyone over the age of 16 is welcome to join. We have members of all levels from total beginners to experts. You will soon find that you don’t have to be a photographic whizz kid to feel at ease and enjoy our great passion for photography! If you would like to find out more please feel free to contact us or pop along to the Dafen Community Hall at 7:30pm on Wednesday evening.

For more details about the club, to join our meetings or just to drop us a line feel free to contact us.

The night that Ross Grieve showed us what Lumix cameras were all about. Ross is a great friend of LPS & an ambassador for Lumix UK.

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