Camera club puts public in the picture
Bray Camera Club will hold an exhibition of photographs at Signal Arts Centre on Albert Avenue from Monday, July 17, until Sunday, July 30.
This is their second exhibition this year. They held the first in the Mermaid Arts Centre in January.
Bray Camera Club was founded in 1971. Its members include amateurs, professionals and competition prize-winners.
The club provides a forum for them to learn from and support one another in improving their photographic skills and developing their creativity.
The club members use equipment from mobile phones to compact cameras, and digital SLRs to film and large format cameras.
The club's photography range incorporates all photographic disciplines: abstract, street, wildlife, landscape etc. In the studio, close-up and portrait photography is explored.
Whenever the club presents its work to the public, all members are encouraged to display the best of their photography and with a wide variety of photographic disciplines being showcased, this exhibition is sure to appeal to anyone with an interest in photography or even just a curious eye.
An opening reception will take place on Thursday, July 20, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.