Fresh photographic talent at Potters Bar exhibition

PUBLISHED: 07:00 07 March 2018

Former society president Colin Strong makes finishing touches to the exhibition displays. Picture: Potters Bar Photographic Society

Former society president Colin Strong makes finishing touches to the exhibition displays. Picture: Potters Bar Photographic Society

Potters Bar Photographic Society

Potters Bar’s snappers are exhibiting their work in the Photographic Society’s first exhibition of 2018.

Portraits such as David Fordham's Portraits such as David Fordham's "The Eyes Have It" are in the show. Picture: David Fordham

The show is open at the Wyllyotts Centre in Darkes Lane.

It’s an exciting time to mount an exhibition, as 2018 is the society’s 70th anniversary and the group’s numbers have swelled with new members – many of whose works can be seen on the walls.

The group will be celebrating its anniversary throughout the year with a programme of exhibitions, competitions, lectures and practical photography sessions.

The pictures on show include examples of portrait, landscape, wildlife and other photographic styles.

Stunning views: Stunning views: "Upper Lighthouse, Lundy" by Colin Strong is on display at the exhibition. Picture: Colin Strong

Committee member Philip Jones said: “We’ve had more pictures submitted than we can exhibit, so we chose at least one from each member who submitted.”

The society meets most Monday evenings from 7.30pm at the Wyllyotts Centre, with membership open to anyone who is keen to improve their skills.

The exhibition can be seen between 9.45 and 4.45pm until the end of March.

For more information, see www.pottersbarphotosoc.org.uk

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