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When was the club founded?

In 2012 as the result of the founding committee's vision to create a means by which both amateur and professional photographers in NI could come together to improve their photography. Encouraging members to aim higher and go further is still a guiding principle for the club to this day.

What does the club offer to new members?

A warm welcome and plenty of craic! Members are also encouraged to get involved in club activities, and are supported on their journey towards distinctions and competition.

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