Royston Photographic Society exhibition on at town’s museum

PUBLISHED: 16:13 25 April 2018 | UPDATED: 16:13 25 April 2018

Mayor Vera Swallow, left, and visitors admiring some of the RPS exhibits. Picture: David Hatton

Mayor Vera Swallow, left, and visitors admiring some of the RPS exhibits. Picture: David Hatton

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The annual exhibition by Royston Photographic Society is on display at Royston & District Museum and Art Gallery.

Guests and members viewing some of the RPS exhibits. Picture: David HattonGuests and members viewing some of the RPS exhibits. Picture: David Hatton

Mayor Vera Swallow officially opened the display, which was introduced by society vice chairperson Jitka Brynjolffssen.

Club member David Hatton said: “This is a really eye-catching exhibition highlighting the great range of talent possessed by the club’s members.

“We are really grateful to the museum manager Jenny Oxley and her volunteers for setting up this excellent show.

“Featuring architecture, sports, portraiture, wildlife, still-life and international travel, to name but a few, it shows off the wide range of techniques members use to capture memorable images. It’s a great way for the club to showcase its talents and help celebrate the 30th year since the society’s formation in 1987.”

The photo society meets Thursday evenings in term time at Icknield Walk First School and caters for all levels of experience, offering a schedule of talk nights, inter-club competitions, studio shoots and practical evenings.

The club welcomes enquiries from potential new members, for more information go to www.roystonphotographicsociety.co.uk.


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