The British Society of Underwater Photographers
(BSoUP) is a not-for-profit membership organisation that promotes all
aspects of underwater photography. Whatever your level of experience
or knowledge, we're here to guide you on your journey as an
underwater photographer. About BSoUP
BSoUP welcomes photographers of all skill levels
with any type of underwater camera system from compact
camera to DSLR.
BSoUP's aim is to inspire and encourage underwater
photographers and to help develop underwater photography in all
aspects. It strives to help its members create great underwater
images and to promote excellence in underwater photography.
BSoUP provides expert advice and encouragement
through a network of experienced underwater photographers who help
newcomers and others to develop through monthly meetings, news and
our own magazine.
We meet on the third Tuesday of every month in
Meeting Room 3, Union Building, Beit Quadrangle, Prince Consort Road,
Imperial College, South Kensington, London SW7 2BB. Full directions, including a map.
Meetings start at 8pm and finish at around 10.30pm.
New and potential members are encouraged to come along at 7.30pm,
when there will be committee members on hand to welcome you.
Next meeting: Tuesday 16th December. See Programme
Members receive BSoUP's magazine 'in focus', which
is published three times a year. It contains articles and photos of
places members have been, tips and techniques, and news of events,
meetings and competition winners.