Club history Club history The YPI Camera Club began in 1946 when a number of Hull people with an interest in photography formed a club which became affiliated to the Hull Young Peoples Institute. The first secretary of the club, William Jackson ARPS, was well known for his pictures of shipping which were widely exhibited both in this country and overseas.
This photographic and cine club initially held regular meetings in the Institute's George Street Headquarters. In 2005 the club moved to the YPI Sports Club in Chanterlands Avenue where meetings are now held in the upstairs meeting room.
Falling numbers led to a change in focus in 2015 with the club now concentrating entirely on audio visual sequences, meeting every third Monday.
Computer software now brings audio-visual sequences to more people than ever before and YPICC can help you make the most of your pictures.
The club always welcomes new members so why not come to one of our meetings and meet us.
The club is a member of the Yorkshire Photographic Union. We have received assistance from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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