A warm welcome to paisleycolour.co.uk, the official website of Paisley Colour Photographic Club.

Paisley Colour Photographic Club (PCPC) was constituted in 1955 and soon emerged to be and is, to this day, one of the prominent clubs in Scotland.

The main focus remains the promotion of and fostering an interest in photography.

PCPC meet on Thursday evenings (7.30-10.00 pm) September to April. Every endeavour is made to ensure a balanced mix of interesting and informative presentations encompassing popular aspects of photography, including natural history, landscape, creative, travel, sport and AV. Interspersed are competition evenings with a variety of differing formats, open and set subjects, digital and prints. Complementing these Thursday meetings are monthly teach-ins, organised summer outings and a PCPC Flickr Group. Participation in external competitions (in particular International and National Exhibitions and ones sponsored and or organised by PSA, FIAP, PAGB and SPF) by club and individual members is encouraged. Perhaps most of all there is the friendly camaraderie of like minded enthusiasts.

Session 2013-14
As ever, a quality syllabus has been compiled. Amongst the highlights are visits from 2012 “UK Landscape Photographer of the Year” Simon Butterworth and renowned Scottish Highland wildlife and landscape photographer Neil McIntyre. As a prelude to Glasgow 2014, PCPC member Duncan McEwan will present an insight into being an official Commonwealth Games photographer with images from Melbourne 2006 and Delhi 2010.

All are assured of a warm welcome.

Fiona McEwan
President