Some of the stunning images on show as Cambridge Camera Club’s free annual exhibition returns with 550 photographs
More than 250 prints and 300 digital images will be on display next week as Cambridge Camera Club returns for its first in-person annual exhibition for three years.
Taking place from Monday, April 24 to Saturday, April 29 at The Pitt Building in Trumpington Street, Cambridge, the exhibition is a showcase of fantastic images by members.
Enjoy inspiration for your own photography, a chance to get tips and advice from club members present and an opportunity to purchase prints and cards by visiting the free exhibition, which runs from 1-5pm on Monday, 10am-5pm on Tuesday, 10am-8pm on Wednesday and 10am-5pm from Thursday to Saturday.
The photographs were chosen from almost 400 prints and 500 digital images by external judges Rusty Lindsay, Barbie Lindsay and Peter Yeo.
Once again the Cambridge Independent is supporting the exhibition, along with Campkins Cameras, Domino, OM Digital Solutions, Samsung, Richer Sounds and Wex Photo Video Cameras.
The Cambridge Independent will be choosing the winner of the best news, sport or documentary photography, which will be revealed next week, along with winners of other trophies.
Gaby Barnard, exhibition co-ordinator, said: “Members are thrilled to be once again printing and ‘back in the room’ after three years.
“Some say that a photograph is not finished until it is printed. Not only does this exhibition present great images, but also displays the art of printing of the photographic image in colour and monochrome.”
For more on the exhibition or the club, visit https://www.cambcc.org.uk/Publichome.
Don’t miss a spread of images from the exhibition in this week’s Cambridge Independent (out from April 19), with further coverage of the winners next week.