Welcome to the web site of the Prince George Photographic Society (PGPS). We are located in the City of Prince George, Province of British Columbia, Canada. To explore our web site, just click on any of the links shown in the menu bar above.

Sandra Hay and Bob Steventon were on CFIS (93.1 FM) at 9:20 am on Friday, December 16 to talk about the photo club. You can listen to the interview here or download it to your computer and listen to it later.

Best of 2016 Challenge

Photo of the Month

Photographer: Joann Kennedy
Title: Nechako Fog
Theme: Best of 2016

Click on the picture to see a higher resolution image, more information and competing images.

Congratulations to Joann Kennedy for first place in our "Best of 2016" challenge.

who we are

We are interested in all forms of photography, including black & white prints, colour prints, slides, digital technology, and the use of computers to enhance our photo taking experience. We like to participate in national and regional photo competitions, and we try to get "out in the field" as often as we can. We share our knowledge of cameras, lenses, filters, flashes and accessories, photographic techniques, and computers. We are open to suggestions from members / attendees regarding meeting agendas and field trips. Our members span the range from beginners to experts who make their living from photography.


The Prince George Photographic Society meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month, from September through June, at the First Baptist Church, on the corner of 5th and Harper (next to PGI Foods).

Click Here to see the church location on Google Maps.

Meetings start at 7:00 PM, and they usually last 2 hours. Visitors are welcome. Please check the Announcements page regularly to see if there are any exceptions to the schedule; sometimes we might go on a field trip instead of holding a regular meeting. No meetings are held in July and August, however we may get together informally for field trips.

membership fees

Fees are only $35.00 per year for a single membership, or $60.00 per year for a family membership, payable in September. Come and try us out free of charge for a few meetings, and see if the Society is right for you. For new members, your first year's fees will be one of the followng:

contact information

This webspace graciously provided by Dave Fidler.