Whether you're just starting out, looking to learn something new or are an experienced photographer, please do join us and share your passion
If you have an interest in Photography and want share your skills and technical knowledge you’re in great company with the Boundless Photography Group.
This group runs mainly on Facebook giving you the opportunity to share and find plenty of photography tips and advice, take part in monthly competitions and best of all some fantastic photography.
- Monthly and Annual Photography Competitions with fantastic prizes
- Share tips and advice with fellow enthusiasts
- Take a look through some fantastic photography
The group runs predominantly on Facebook so take a look and join today.
Have you ever thought that your photographs were good enough to be published? Do you want to show off your photographs to other photographers? Or perhaps you’re interested in expanding your creative and technical knowledge and sharing your own photography tips. If this sounds like you, then you’re in great company.
Our Facebook Group is set up as a closed group so you are safe in the knowledge that only the Photography Group members can view your images. The Group provides a great forum for our members to share and again knowledge in this private environment whilst putting your skills to the test in monthly competitions.
Our aim is to bring together all members who have an interest in photography and provide a supportive and collaborative environment where people can learn and share their interest. Please request to join the group and following verification we will add you to the group.
Take a look at our gallery below showing a selection of our Monthly Competition winners from our themed competitions set by our members.
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