Crosby Camera Club has unveiled a new exhibition of photography, ahead of the start of its new season.
Over 100 of the best photographic prints produced by its members last season are now on display, for public viewing, in the Reading Room of Crosby Central Library (opposite the Plaza Cinema).
The exhibition runs for five weeks and features both colour and black-and-white images, including the winners of last season’s ‘Print of the Year’ competitions.
The opening of the exhibition is followed by the start of Crosby Camera Club’s new 2019/2020 season, beginning on Wednesday, September 4th, with President’s Night which features an introduction to the club and advice on how to improve your photography skills.
Stephen Lang, President of Crosby Camera Club, said:
“Our exhibition is looking great and gives a fantastic overview of the superb work produced by our dedicated members over the last year.
“We hope the exhibition will also inspire people to pick up a camera themselves and come along to one of our meetings this season.
“Whether you’re new to photography or want to take your skills to the next level, we’re here to offer advice, help you master your camera and host a series of fascinating evenings, led by some of the region’s top photographers.”
Founded in 1950, Crosby Camera Club has been part of the local community for almost 70 years.
Meetings are held every Wednesday, from 8-10pm, from the first week of September to the last week of April at Crosby Central Library’s Small Lecture Room (where election polling takes place).
The 2019 Print Exhibition will be open for viewing during the library’s normal opening hours.