The Disabled Photographers' Society

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We are a registered national charity founded in 1968. We promote photography for people with disabilities, or their carers, or groups or anyone with an interest in helping the disabled.

If you have a disability and want to enjoy photography We are here to help, advise and encourage you to overcome the difficulties and to take great photographs.

Slideshow shows 1st, 2nd, 3rd and Highly Commended images from the Summer 2014 Quarterly Competition, which is the second round of the 2014 competitions.

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Members Websites

  • NEW websites have been added 19/05/2014. We now have Links to 84 of our members websites

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Latest News

  • General Photographic Interests. There is now a new section on the website titled 'General Photographic Interests'. We would like to receive articles from our members on different types of photography and tips and techniques that they use.
    Read more . . .
  • Distinctions. Congratulation to Gary Williamson who was awarded an LDPS in latest Distinction Panel.
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  • Distinctions. Congratulation to Sandy Robertson and Paul Grant, both were awarded an LDPS in latest Distinction Panel.
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  • Quarterly Competition Rules. Quarterly Competition rules have been updated ref the maximum file size of image submissions.
    This has been increased to 1.5mb.

In Focus Magazine

  • In Focus Magazine

Summer 2014

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Events

  • DPS Exhibition 2014. URGENT! Closing date for entries is 26th July please download the Entry Instructions.

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  • The Society depends upon the generosity of their sponsors and individuals and the hard work of volunteer's.

    Without such generosity we could not continue to help our members benefit from the therapeutic effect that photography gives them.