Members of Hebden Bridge Camera Club are developing another outstanding display of images for their new photographic exhibition.
The show opens at noon on Saturday at Hebden Bridge Town Hall and will run daily until Sunday, September 1 (9.30am to 5pm).
Photographers of all abilities, including keen amateurs and a number of professionals, will be submitting up to three prints for the annual display. Everyone is welcome to visit and admission to the exhibition is free.
One of the club’s members, Craig Shaw, of Blu Planet Photography, said: “The exhibition is not themed, so it’s been up to the members to choose what they want to submit.
“I think we should have a good mix of flora/fauna, landscapes, events and maybe the odd portrait. It should be an interesting mix with some of the younger photographers that have joined recently.”
Craig estimated that up to 20 members are likely to submit prints for the exhibition, although at the moment it’s an educated guess.
He said: “The town hall space we have can probably display more than 35 prints - so there may be some moving around going on during the week.”
The exhibition will be “staffed” by two or more of the club members for the duration of the show, said Craig, so there will be someone for visitors to talk to about the work and about the club in general.
Hebden Bridge Camera Club formed in the summer of 1952 from a special interest section of the Hebden Bridge Literary and Scientific Society.