Enjoy more than 400 stunning images at Cambridge Camera Club’s free 2018 exhibition
PUBLISHED: 12:27 29 April 2018 | UPDATED: 20:23 29 April 2018
Cambridge Camera Club
Running from Monday-Saturday at The Pitt Building, the exhibition is proudly supported by the Cambridge Independent
These are some of the stunning images that will be on display at Cambridge Camera Club’s annual exhibition.
Running from Monday April 30 to Saturday April 5 at The Pitt Building in Trumpington Street, the free exhibition features more than 400 print and digital images.
The Cambridge Independent is proud to support the exhibition, and we’ll be helping to judge the best news, sport or documentary image on display, which will receive our cup.
John Lewis (Cambridge), Scotsdales, Domino Printing Sciences, Olympus, Redgate and Out of the Bleu are also supporting the display.
Judges Nick Akers, Colin Southgate and Dave Stewart selected the images for the exhibition, including the winners featured here.
Club president Chris Fell said: “We hope that you will enjoy our work, as well as the wonderful entries in the Young Photographers’ Competition, which becomes more competitive each year.”
Cambridge Camera Club's Annual Exhibition
Ian Wilson's The Umbrella is winner of the Monochrome Pictorial category at Cambridge Camera Club's annual exhibition
Martin Goddard's Tate Carpet wins the Selector's Award from Nick Akers at Cambridge Camera Club's 2018 exhibition
David Steel's In Mid Flight wins the People (in colour) and Print of the Year categories at Cambridge Camera Club's 2018 exhibition
Ann Miles' Waiting for Fog to Clear wins the Selector's Award from Dave Stewart at Cambridge Camera Club's 2018 exhibition
Janek Trace-Kleeberg, 18, wins first place in the Young Photographer's Competition (16-18 years category) with the picture Man with Goggles
The Young Photographer’s Competition has categories for 10 years and under, 11-15 years and 16-18 years.
The exhibition runs from 1-5pm on Monday and 10am-5pm on Tuesday-Saturday.
See more from the exhibition in Wednesday’s Cambridge Independent.