About Us

Digital Imaging Group Scotland Centre Next Meeting details here

Our Group

We are a very friendly and enthusiastic group and enjoy constructive discussions about our latest images, ideas, photography, processing techniques and art in general. Recognising the broad use of digital technology, our work is varied and covers most photographic genres. This group was formed in 2012 and became the Scotland Centre of the Digital Imaging Group in October 2013. We have around 25 active participants with various skill levels. We are always keen to see new participants. You don't have to be a member of the Digital Imaging Group to come along, but membership does bring benefits. Our aim is to encourage all aspects of photography from camera capture through post-processing. We further aim to encourage membership of the Royal Photographic Society in Scotland and the DIG.

DI Group Scotland meeting reports and latest news can be found here

eNews for the Digital Imaging Group can be found here

Janet Russel provided a splendid talk in April 2015, illustrated with a number of her successful prints:

Alan Gray displays some of his images:

Colin McLatchie with some of his sports images:

Bill Hogg with his tribute to Alphonse Mucha:

Bill has also created an AV show of this panel which can be found here.

Members at the meeting in Sept 2014

July 13th, 2014 Meeting - Janet Haines DIG Chair presents her Journey

 

 

Meetings

 

The DIG Scotland Centre meets once every 2 months.

RPS members and non-members are welcome to attend. A small charge is made to cover costs, which are split equally amongst attendees.

 

Typically, the largest part of each 3 hour meeting is for the benefit of attendees who show their latest work. Our attendees give and receive critique, encouragement and opinion from other attendees. We are particularly keen to see and encourage work towards RPS distinctions.

 

We also plan to have one or two guest speakers each year.

 

Members at our Bridge of Allan meeting in March 2014: