Interview : Travel Photographer Yevhen Samuchenko

5th Dec 2018

Night rails -green light train way with motion stars, stratrails skyes Yevhen Samuchenko is a photographer who has successfully submitted his work to many of our exhibition themes and photographic competitions. Hailing from Ukraine, Yevhen is…
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Pic of the Week: St Andrew's Day

30th Nov 2018

Saint Andrew has been the patron saint of Scotland for centuries – thousands of years in fact as he was made patron saint in 1320. This was when Scotland declared independence. On November 30th, in…
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Monochrome Inspiration: Black & White Faces

29th Nov 2018

We have found a great article on Bored Panda which features a series of images taken by independent photographer Luc Kordas. The photographic series features black and white images of people taken on the NYC…
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Competition Close Up - The Great Outdoors - Interview with Mary Auckland

28th Nov 2018

Into the Okavango Competition Close Up, interview with Mary Auckland, winner of The Great Outdoors competition Our judge, Sandy Scott said that this image looked like a 'wonderful, moody oil painting with perfect composition and colouration'.  We…
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Monochrome Exhibition on Tour

28th Nov 2018

Our Monochrome exhibition is currently out on  tour very briefly. It has just left Maidenhead where it was on show last week and it is currently open in London. This is the last time it…
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Pic of the Week : Monochrome

23rd Nov 2018

Greylag Geese by Patricia Gibson taken in Farnham, England This weekend is the last opportunity to see our Monochrome exhibition on show in Maidenhead before it heads off to London for one last outing this year.…
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Pic of the Week : International Men's Day

16th Nov 2018

‘Dancing Dani’ by Gunther De Bruyne On Monday it is International Men's Day. This worldwide event celebrates the positive value men bring to the world, to their families and to the communities in which they live.…
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John Gilliard

The Story of a Photograph

12th Nov 2018

Nigel Dutt is a retired computer software engineer turned photographer. He is based in Devon where he enjoys photographing landscapes, flowers, architecture, racing cars, townscapes and works of art. His work has featured in our exhibitions…
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Pic of the Week : Remembrance Day

9th Nov 2018

'World War 1 Centenary' by Sheila Haycox This Sunday November 11th is Remembrance Day. On this day, the 53 member states of the Commonwealth commemorate the end of the First World War and the members of their…
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Creativity Exhibition on Tour

8th Nov 2018

So our Creativity exhibition is currently on show in Reading. It started off in Manchester and will be heading to Feltham next. If you'd like to know exactly when and where we're exhibiting, please check…
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