Slideshow: Stunning photographs by Chichester Camera Club

The second spring photographic exhibition of Chichester Camera Club for new and aspiring photographers will take place on the weekend of April 23 and 24 at Tangmere Community Centre.

Wednesday, 13th April 2016, 2:29 pm
Updated Wednesday, 13th April 2016, 2:32 pm
Purple Iris by Angela Acland

The exhibition will showcase the work of new and aspiring workers, both in print and projected digital images (PDI)s.

The exhibition will follow a similar format to last year’s exhibition, which was considered to be a great success.

Lorna Brown, vice chair of the club and curator of the 2015 exhibition said: ‘I was overwhelmed by the enthusiasm of the participants and the sheer diversity of displays.

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Purple Iris by Angela Acland

‘Over the weekend more than 200 people visited the exhibition. From what I have seen of this year’s images, 2016 exhibition promises to be even more exciting.

‘We want to make the weekend a social occasion and we believe that the exhibition will appeal to visitors with an interest not only in photography but also in art and nature.’

Homemade cakes, tea and coffee, and raffle tickets will be on sale as well as greeting cards and prints.

There will be over 30 photographers taking part this year. They are free to show whatever images they like in any format that they prefer.

Purple Iris by Angela Acland

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The exhibition runs from 10am-5pm on the Saturday and 10am-4pm on the Sunday and admission is free.

CHICHESTER CAMERA CLUB is recognised as one of the most active and successful camera clubs in the south of England.

In addition to their weekly meetings, they also hold regular meetings for those interested in audio visual, digital imaging, portraiture, black and white photography or Printing and Royal Photographic Society distinctions.

Regular monthly walks take place during the year.