Viewfinder PS Exhibition and “Outstanding” book launch, 7th – 9th October 2022, Skidby Village Hall

Photo: Jane Frisby

The Viewfinder Photographic Society’s annual exhibition gets underway once again in October at Skidby Village Hall and is also the perfect venue for the launch of the club’s recently published book.

Entitled ‘Outstanding’ and with a foreword written by former MP Alan Johnson, the book contains around 200 photographs that celebrate the natural and man-made beauty of Hull and East Yorkshire. Images have been captured by club members as part of a project spanning the last few years with the support of East Riding Council.

Copies of the book will be on sale at the exhibition, which this year is sponsored by Acklams Holidays. As usual, admission is free and the display showcases club members’ recent photographs. Visitors are able to browse the pictures, vote for their favourite images and buy from stalls selling cards, prints and gift items.
Once again, the club has also been invited to take the exhibition to Lockington Village Hall for visitors to enjoy, so anyone that can’t see the exhibition in Skidby will have another opportunity in the East Riding the following weekend.

The Viewfinder Photographic Society, which has a waiting list, provides a place for members to learn more about their photography by being with others who share their passion.

Exhibition opening times:
Friday 7th October 2022 10.00am – 5.00pm
Saturday 8th October 2022 10.00am – 5.00pm
Sunday 9th October 2022 10.00am – 5.00pm

The Viewfinder Photographic Society is a friendly club of enthusiasts who meet regularly to support each other, exchange ideas and share expertise, with the sole aim of enjoying their photography.
The club normally meets on Monday evenings at Skidby Village Hall in East Yorkshire or via Zoom. Its varied programme includes still life workshops, portrait sessions, talks, presentations, tips on photographic techniques and reviews of members’ photographs. In the summer months
members meet up at different locations in the area, with the emphasis very much on taking photographs.