CHICHESTER Camera Club’s spring photographic exhibition will be held at the end of the month at Tangmere Village Hall.
The two-day event, on March 30 and 31, will showcase work by new and aspiring photographers with free admission to see the work.
Included in the exhibition are the remarkable film noir images of Brian Muir. They hint of mystery and intrigue. Who is the woman hurrying through shadows, and why is the image named ‘Bordeaux’?
George Sayer showcases his work of a quiet England, the calmness of the canal harbour in Chichester at dawn and the glorious colours and shapes of Goodwood at sunset, pictured above.
Mike Hancock’s insightful portraits are further from home, and, as he comments, Myanmar has not changed too much, yet despite its political problems.
France is the setting for Rob Campling’s study in form and shadow of a chateau in the early evening.
The taster ends with two collages form last year, by Hilary Featherstone and Kim Tattersall respectively – and Kim also used her smart phone to capture some of the feel of last year’s exhibition.
To find out more, visit: chichestercameraclub.org.uk