A Brief History of EHHPS.
Society was founded in 1892 making it one of the oldest surviving Photographic
Societies in the World. Its members have continued to meet throughout both of
the World Wars, minutes show that during WW2 bombing they still tried to meet
at individuals homes when a significant number of members were away fighting.
In the early 1970's, a neighbouring society called Hammersmith Hampshire House, (Hampshire House was the name of the building in which they met) merged with the original Ealing Photographic Society. The club adjusted its name to take the merge into account.
EHHPS is West London's most ambitious and forward thinking photographic society
with a youthful, vibrant and sociable membership. There is a full programme
of meetings throughout the year with an interesting variety of events for the
The society boasts a wide variety of photographers, some working traditionally with negatives, slides, paper and chemicals in the darkroom, with many using digital imaging techiniques - all willing to share their knowledge!
EHHPS are affiliated with the Chilterns Association of Camera Clubs.