The Singapore Colour Photographic Society (SCPS)
is a membership-based, non-profit organisation based in Singapore. It was registered in 1967 by a group of Singaporean with the aims to increase members’ interest of photography by developing their skills and providing opportunities to show and share their work.
The skill and knowledge level amongst members is wide and different, but photographers often find others at around the same place and enjoy participation through sharing their work. Almost all photographers enjoy discussing photography and sharing what they know. If you have a question, then someone else will have an answer or at least a suggestion for you where to look for the solution. Many member-photographers are professional and do photographic work, the Society’s emphasis is on amateur photography and developing it as an art form and a hobby.
The Singapore Colour Photographic Society (SCPS) is one of the art promoting organisations in Singapore promoting both the art and science of photography that helps individuals realise their potential as photographers.
It is a membership based organisation but also organises a number of events for the public benefit. SCPS is opened to all for membership, irrespective of experience or knowledge; simply a passion and love for photography and no qualifications are required to join.