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Sheffield Photographic Society Perspectives 16

Photograph exhibition moves online to showcase members’ stunning images.

Sheffield Photographic Society’s 16th Annual Perspectives Print Exhibition was due to be held in the Winter Garden for two weeks this November, but following cancellation due to Covid-19 restrictions it was decided to instead hold a digital image exhibition on the Society’s website as an alternative.

The exhibition gives members the opportunity to display images of their own choice without any judging or selection.

Those participating in the exhibition can display up to six images each based on a theme such as holiday, travel or lockdown, a new genre or technique, or just a selection of their favourite pictures.

The exhibition is now available to view online via their website and features the work of 29 members along with a collection of 'Old Sheffield' by long-serving members Ray Brightman and Gerry Sweetman.

You can see a selection of the images below. The photograph at the top is Acer on Pea Gravel by Richard Worth.

Harris Hawk David Greenwood

Harris Hawk

David Greenwood
Contemplation Lynne Healy


Lynne Healy
Impossible Triangle Wayne Hallam

Impossible Triangle

Wayne Hallam
Spectrum cool Val Glenny

Spectrum Cool

Val Glenny
Decorative Dahlia Jonathan Elliott

Decorative Dahlia

Jonathan Elliott

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