Scottish Photographers is an informal network of independent minded photographers, which aims to encourage the practice of photography as a means of personal expression as well as an art form; there is currently a membership of over two hundred including amateurs, professionals, students and academics from Scotland and beyond. Providing an outlet for work not seen in traditional groups, Scottish Photographers crosses boundaries and provides a stimulus for those with little interest in competitions or distinctions or academic studies and avail themselves of a wide range of approaches and techniques from contemporary digital work to arcane and long forgotten processes.
Local meetings are held several times a year in Fife, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness and there is a Spring residential weekend at Inversnaid Photography Centre. Occasional workshops by leading photographers are organised, usually in Stills Gallery, Edinburgh and Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow. A magazine, Solas, is published several times a year and an e-mail newsletter, Contact Sheet (Scottish Photographers E Mail) goes out at the end of every month.
Portfolio sessions are at the heart of Scottish Photographers. They provide a forum for members to show projects that they are currently working on and to get feedback from those present. You do not have to bring images to all sessions but you are encouraged to do so.
GLASGOW: Contact Colin Gray firstname.lastname@example.org
INVERNESS: Contact Matt Sillars email@example.com
FIFE: At Rothes Halls. Contact Peter Goldsmith firstname.lastname@example.org.
EDINBURGH: Contact: David Buchanan email@example.com