The Viewfinder Photographic Society’s popular annual exhibition has been extended by an extra day this year to accommodate the anticipated number of visitors.
The free exhibition is an annual showcase of members’ images, and visitors will have the chance to vote for their favourite photographs again when doors open to the public at 10.00am on Friday 26th September 2014 at Skidby Village Hall in East Yorkshire.
Now in its seventh year, the exhibition continues to grow in popularity.
“There’s clearly a lot of interest from the public in our area,” said David Marshall, VPS Chairman. “Last year, we broke all our attendance records, so we took the decision to open up on the Friday and give even more people a chance to see the wonderful images that our members have created.”
The club, which now boasts a waiting list, provides a place for members to learn more about their photography by being with others who share their passion.
Gordon Scaife, Principal Leisure, Tourism and Culture Policy Officer at East Riding Council and regular supporter of the VPS annual exhibition said;
“The quality and variety of the images on display clearly demonstrates just how much talent there is around and how being part of the club helps people to develop. Every year I think it can’t get any better, but it does.”
Each year, the exhibition attracts visitors who like to come and browse the pictures, vote for their favourite images and sometimes buy a print. Many of the images will also feature in the club’s 2015 East Riding calendar, which will be available at the exhibition over the weekend and at various retail outlets in the region.
The exhibition is open to the public until 4.00pm on Sunday, 28th September 2014.
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