THE Adur Photographic Society are hosting an end of season photographic exhibition on Saturday, July 4.
Around 100 prints will be exhibited at the Atrium of The Holmbush Centre in Shoreham between 8.30am and 4.30pm.
The prints shown will have a diverse subject matter, including landscapes, seascapes, wildlife with many local scenes and from further afield such as Iceland, Europe and the Far East.
During this event, members from the society will be on hand to talk about the photographs, and to give information about the group which will start the new season at the beginning of September, meeting on alternative Tuesdays at Southwick Community Centre.
This show will follow on from the well received exhibition at Emmaus Brighton & Hove, which resulted in 20 potential new members for Adur Photographic Society.
The society concentrates on advising and instructing its members on the use of their digital cameras to achieve the best results and, unlike traditional camera clubs. does not focus on competitions.
Dennis Hunt, vice chairman, said: “The group equally attracts photographers of all abilities from raw beginners to more experienced, and the non competitive format enables the newer photographer to integrate well and learn from the others with more experience.”
For more information about Adur Photographic Society, contact 07817 727095 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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