Launched in May 2004 the Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group – IWDIG was formed to help and support all involved in digital imaging and photography.
As the group celebrated its 8th anniversary (2012) we were gaining in strength all the time and the change of venue in 2008 to Dimbola Museum & Galleries further enhanced the group’s place amongst the Island’s photographic community.
New for 2018 the IWDIG will now meet in various locations across the whole of the Island with the emphasis being placed on ‘taking & making’ photographs.
Aims to support and encourage everyone involved in digital imaging and photography whether practiced as a creative, leisure or professional activity…
We do not buy into the historical genre of in-house/interclub competitions.
We are a primarily a practical group, who believes that its photographers, should be out taking new photographs, thus promoting the Isle of Wight to visitors and residents whom wish to explore photography on this beautiful Island.
Our photographic mission includes; assignments and tasks which are geared to appeal to those who are new to photography as well the established photographer seeking an outlet for their creativity.
Activities, including photo-walks and studio sessions are designed to bring together photographers with different interests, backgrounds and levels of expertise who wish to develop their personal skills.
Photographers of all skill levels, ability or age are welcome and will find a very social group willing to help and provide support when asked.
Please use the contact page if you would like any further information and we look forward to welcoming all interested in digital imaging, photography, training, support and friendly meetings to the IWDIG in the near future.
As a major supporter of the Isle of Wight Photographer of the Year – IWPOY online photographic competition the IWDIG recognises the Island’s photographic talent and will promote photography on the Isle of Wight where possible.
As with the concept of the IWPOY the IWDIG strives to bring photographers together to share ideas, enhance their skills and in the future intends working towards strengthening photographers rights.
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