Sunday, 11 September 2011
Its finally here. We are showing an exhibition of our member's work at the Harrow Arts Centre
At the end of 2009 we asked people to submit three photos each for entry into the exhibition. Once all the entries were in on the 1st of January 2010 we asked a panel of 4 judges to select 40 images for the exhibition. The Strobist himself, David Hobby who needs not introduction here. Commercial Photographer and Author Kirk Tuck. Freelance photographer and Vice Chairman of the British Press Photographer's Association Neil Turner. Finally freelance editorial photographer Tom Miles.
With the images selected, the next step was to organise a venue and the printing. After much procrastinating on my part we finally settled on a venue this month and Phil and Scott rose to the occasion and got everything organised in record time.
Many thanks to the selection panel who had to wade through all of the images and especially to Phil and Scott for doing all of the hard work over the last two weeks. It wouldn't have been possible without them
Please come and visit the centre and have a look around. The images look really great in print, so much better than on a computer screen.
Harrow Arts Centre
171 Uxbridge Road
Rail: London Overground from Euston or Watford Junction to Hatch End
Tube: Harrow on the Hill or Pinner (Metropolitan), Harrow & Wealdstone (Bakerloo), Stanmore (Jubilee)
Bus: H14, H12 & 182
Parking: Limited free parking is available