Camera club members put their work on display
THERE was a great turnout at the opening of the Bray Camera Club photo exhibition.
The exhibition, which ran at Signal Arts Centre until last Saturday, July 30, delighted audiences who were amazed by the skill and expertise shown by the members.
This is the club’s second exhibition this year with the first being held in the Mermaid Arts Centre last January.
Bray Camera Club was founded in 1971. Its members include amateurs, professionals and competition prize-winners. The club provides a forum for them to learn from and support one another in improving their photographic skills and developing their creativity.
Members use equipment from mobile phones to compact cameras, and digital SLRs to film and large format cameras.
The club’s photography range incorporates all photographic disciplines: abstract, street, wildlife, landscape etc. In the studio, close-up and portrait photography is explored.
‘Raining Umbrellas’ by Norman Davies.
‘Underwater Upper Lake’ by Róisín McArdle.
Pat Killilea, club president Eilis Taves and Donal Enright, secretary.