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Amazing images on show at Cambridge Camera Club's free annual exhibition


By Paul Brackley


The Leap by David Steel, Cambridge Camera Club exhibition, Print of the Year
The Leap by David Steel, Cambridge Camera Club exhibition, Print of the Year

More than 450 pictures taken by Cambridge Camera Club members are on display at their annual exhibition, starting today (April 24) and running until Saturday.

Common Tern Rivalry by Richard Nicoll, Cambridge Camera Club Annual Exhibition 2017 winner, Selectors Personal Awards
Common Tern Rivalry by Richard Nicoll, Cambridge Camera Club Annual Exhibition 2017 winner, Selectors Personal Awards

The free exhibition, sponsored by the Cambridge Independent, is being held at the Pitt Building conference centre in Trumpington Street from 1pm-5pm today and from 10am-5pm from Tuesday April 25-Saturday April 29.

The task of selecting 208 prints from an entry of 455, as well as 250 digital images which are being exhibited on a television screen, fell to three external selectors at Foxton Hall on the final Saturday in March.

Chris Palmer FRPS came from Amersham in Buckinghamshire, Roger Hance FRPS from Ipswich and Ralph Bennett ARPS from Nottingham.

They also chose 10 prints and 10 digital images for awards in specific photographic genres in both monochrome and colour.

It?s a Man?s World by Jonathan Vaines, Cambridge Camera Club Annual Exhibition 2017 winner, Selectors? Personal Awards:
It?s a Man?s World by Jonathan Vaines, Cambridge Camera Club Annual Exhibition 2017 winner, Selectors? Personal Awards:

Further awards are being bestowed on the opening day of the exhibition by the Cambridge Independent and fellow sponsors Domino, Scotsdales Garden Centre and Redgate Software.

Admission is free and a friendly welcome is guaranteed. There will be cards and prints for sale.

As one of the oldest photographic societies in the country and the biggest in East Anglia, the talents of its members will be displayed through more than 450 framed prints and digital images displayed on a large screen in subjects as diverse as people, landscapes, natural history, architecture and creative compositions.



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