BSoUP provides expert advice and
encouragement through a network of experienced underwater photographers who help
new comers and others to develop via
Monthly Meetings, Competitions, News and our own Magazine.
BSoUP is dedicated to encouraging and developing underwater
photography in all its aspects.
BSoUP is the largest underwater photographic society in Britain.
a not-for-profit organisation, run entirely by volunteers with a passion for underwater photography.
BSoUP holds meetings at Imperial College, South Kensington, London, on the third
Tuesday of each month (see Programme), which include illustrated talks by
experienced underwater photographers and a monthly competition. Please join us.
The next meeting takes place on TUESDAY, October 21st, 2014 at 7.30 for 8.00 p.m. in Meeting Room 3, Imperial College Union, Beit Quadrangle London, SW7 (Directions). See Programme for details.
This year BSoUP organised the Red Sea PhotoCall Competition at the London International Dive Show
held 15/16th February 2014 at ExCel in London Docklands.
BSoUP organises an annual Print Competition in association with DIVER. This year's event will take place on the weekend of October 2014 at Dive Show at the NEC, Birmingham. The competition is now closed.
BSoUP organises the annual British Underwater Photography Championship (Splash-In). This year's Championship took place on Saturday 5th July 2014 at Portland, Dorset
BSoUP publishes the magazine in focus and provides advice and information on all aspects of underwater
photography. See Magazine for further details.
BSoUP has its own Facebook Group where you can post your messages and images.
BSoUP has its own amazon.com online bookshop. Every purchase earns a small commission for BSoUP. Please support us by buying books via this link.
Not a BSoUP Member? Why not join BSoUP today?
The annual subscription represents very good value for money with discounts for those living more than 50 miles from Charing Cross in London and all UK Students (see Welcome for full details of the benefits)
There's no better way to learn without getting wet!