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To get started, use the left menu on your laptop to explore membership details, upcoming events, and ways to get involved in activities and discussions. We encourage you to post on this page and don’t forget to add your images to the members’ archival galleries for inspiration and ideas.  Our photographic pages are also grouped together in the main menu, making it even easier to find what you’re looking for.
For ease of use, popular pages are  accessable from each menu section.

We encourage you to post on this page and don’t forget to add your images to the members’ archival galleries for inspiration and ideas. 

To get started, simply open the  hamburger menu to find galleries of photowalks, photo-wall entries, and member profiles. Use the ‘+’ to open the sub-menus.  You’ll  find information about upcoming events, including workshops, photography classes, and community gatherings.
Our photographic pages are all grouped together, making it even easier to find what you’re looking for.
For ease of use, popular pages are  accessable from each menu section.

BPG Help

Members Help

On this page you will find a complete list of our friendly members!  Please take time to fill in your details, especially your photograph so that we can recognise each other.

First names rather than ‘nicknames’ are also appreciated – I don’t know a member called ‘happy snapper’, do you?    Let us know who you are. ‘Sue’ or ‘Phil’ is so much friendlier!

Follow one-another, that way you will know when our members have captured the perfect shot, or commented on someone else’s work. Make sure you ‘connect’ to each other as well – look out for your  invitation. Once connected, you will be able to message one-another in ‘real  time’ and really feel part of our group.

On this page you will find a complete list of our friendly members!  Please take time to fill in your details, especially your photograph so that we can recognise each other.

First names rather than ‘nicknames’ are also appreciated – I don’t know a member called ‘happy snapper’, do you?    Let us know who you are. ‘Sue’ or ‘Phil’ is so much friendlier!

Follow one-another, that way you will know when our members have captured the perfect shot, or commented on someone else’s work. Make sure you ‘connect’ to each other as well – look out for your  invitation. Once connected, you will be able to message one-another in ‘real  time’ and really feel part of our group.