The work of amateur photographers from the Cardiff Camera Club is to be displayed in an exhibition at The Gate in the Welsh capital.
From 14 September to 9 October, members of the public will be able to visit the 100-year-old Grade II listed building and view photographs taken by locals in the second annual exhibition of the club.
While the work is that of local enthusiasts, the pictures themselves have been snapped all over the world and display a large range of photographic skills and themes.
Imants Grindulis, Cardiff Camera Club president, told the Penny Post: “We are delighted to be exhibiting at The Gate for the second year running and hope our exhibition will encourage more people into the photographic medium, especially with the recent phenomenal growth of digital photography. We welcome new members both beginners and experienced photographers.”
The club itself can trace its origins back to 1896, but visitors can expect to view some contemporary and more traditional work as the group aims to keep up to date with the latest techniques and movements.
Cardiff Camera Club normally meet at the Trinity Methodist Church Hall off Newport Road in Cardiff. A more detailed list of its events can be found on its website, www.cardiffcameraclub.com
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