Annual Exhibition 2022, Saturday 26 March, Cranleigh Village Hall, 10am-4pm, Free Entry
The exhibition has been running annually for many years (suspended in 2020-21 due to Covid), providing an impressively varied, interesting range of colour and monochrome images, both printed and projected on screen. On display will be more than 200 photographs corresponding to a wide range of different subjects, which include an open category allowing free choice (for example, street photography, architecture, sport, or still life), landscape, nature, portraits, and panels grouping several related images together.
A category entitled “digital art” covers images constructed with digital software from one or more other photographs as expressions of image-makers’ creative imagination. The exhibition entries will be assessed by Tim Morland ARPS, a distinguished photographer with extensive experience of judging photographic work. Refreshments are available. Parking is easy. Cranleigh’s main car park is only a few yards past the Village Hall down Village Way. Come and have a look round. You will enjoy it. You may even feel that you would like to join the Club and take part in the future.
To contact the Club, see: www.cranleighcameraclub.co.uk