Useful Relevant Links

ExPro Direct

A photographer’s heaven for Camera parts and accessories with a good  and fair price range

Photographic Paper Direct

The leading supplier for photo paper in glossy, satin & matt finish in all sizes from 4 x 6 to A3. 

The Royal Photographic Society

The Royal Photographic Society is an international, modern and forward-looking organisation with a distinguished past.

Internet-Ink

Internet-Ink Voted UK #1 For Choice, Quality & Price 2019 for Ink & Toner Online. Satisfaction Guarantee. Free 1st Class Delivery. 5 Star Top Rated Service. Compatibles & Originals. Types: Compatible Ink Cartridges, Genuine Ink Cartridges.

Cambridge in Colour

Learn how to take and edit digital photographs using visual tutorials that emphasize concept over procedure, independent of specific digital camera or lens.

Wild About Lochaber

This is Wild Lochaber where great adventures begin. 

A few words from our readers

Good Morning Fort William Photographic Society members,

I just wanted to quickly say thank you! I’m a librarian running a beginner photography class for 6th-9th-grade students, and I thought you all might enjoy hearing that we were able to get some great use out of your society’s photography links list. We were even able to use some of this information for our most recent group project. Thanks so much for sharing!

One of our youngest, Olivia has also asked me if I could share the article where she initially became interested in travel photography with you all, “New York City and Beyond: Photography Guide for Sightseeing” – I’ve listed it below if you’d like to review!

Initially, I was a little hesitant to reach out, but I thought this could actually be a really fun basic photography addition for anyone else coming across your information as a beginner, like Olivia! I wondered if you wouldn’t mind adding this one to your list? I find a little encouragement goes a long way and would love to show Olivia and the rest of the library group if you do choose to include it!

Thanks so much,

Danielle Stein

Librarian , New York City USA March 2019