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The following links are provided by members. They are NOT a recommendation or endorsement by OPS but reflect the fact that the member named has found it useful in the past.


    • Adult Education Courses (added by Philip Joyce, May 2018)
      Oxfordshire Adult Education provides courses for budding photographers at many levels
    • About Adobe Photoshop (added by Jeff Coles, June 2014)
      Here you will find a very good beginners Photoshop course and lots more.
    • (added by Simon Blower, Dec 2015)
      This is a free extreme macro resource, with comprehensive articles on such things as focus stacking, doing macro on a budget, reverse lens macro, using objectives, different types of macro, what vintage (cheap) lenses work best lighting techniques, etc etc.
    •  (added by Ken King, August 2014)
      Free online Photoshop tutorials
    •   (added by Ken King, August 2014)
      Clive R. Haynes FRPS Photoshop notes for students.
    • Photography Composition Articles (added by Ken King, February 2015)
      Loads of Photo composition links as it says bring your photo technique to a new level.


  • (added by Jeff Coles, June 2014)
    In-depth reviews of cameras, lenses and other photography related equipment



  • I have just found a really good picture framing company on line they are quick and very very reasonable I got five mounts to fit an A4 print for the frames Terry recommended for the exhibition from Wilko.  They are well worth a look:  Brampton Picture Framing ( It is very rare for me to rate any shop so highly but their service is excellent. (Debs Axtell, Sept 2015)
  • (added by Jeff Coles, June 2014)
    Manufacturers of Quality Frames and suppliers of mount boards.
  • (added by Jeff Coles, June 2014)
    7 day shop more photographic supplies

Equipment /Accessories

  • Panosaurus (added by Jeff Coles, June 2014)
    A company that sells panoramic heads.


  • ptgui (added by Jeff Coles, June 2014)
    Software to make panoramic images.
  • Wetransfer ( (added by Philip Joyce, Dec 2014)
    A quick and simple way of sending up to 2 GB. You select your file(s); add the recipient’s email; add your email and hit the send button – it’s as simple as that. The service is free so the files need to be downloaded within a set timeframe before they are deleted.

Special Interest

  • (added by Jeff Coles, June 2014)
    The Museum of the History of Science has exhibits of the Oxford Photographic Society from 1890

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