At present, Lancaster Photographic Society has an exhibition running in the former Game shop in the St. Nicholas Arcade in Lancaster, in which several of my images are currently being exhibited.
On Saturday we had our open day. Being on the committee, myself and several other committee members manned the exhibit for the day, and spoke to members of the general public about who we are and what we do. As part of our open day, we had the Society’s studio lights setup and I was to be making portraits of the members of the society and the general public who came in during the day and were willing to put themselves on the other side of the lens for a change!
Below are a selection of images from the day. The complete set will be up on Lancaster Photographic Society’s website in good time, as well as Facebook.
Also, I’d like to extend a big thank you to Matt Wagg, for coming along and helping out for the day talking to the public and handing out flyers and information. One of our members brought their infrared converted DSLR in for everybody to check out. As I had the lights setup, I couldn’t help but have a play!
A bit different and unusual, but quite cool to experiment with!