Photography enthusiasts will be in their element at The Focus Group’s exhibition next month.
Held in the impressive surroundings of the Chichester Assembly room, the photography group have been working hard to create a feast for the eyes.
Their 2017 exhibition includes traditional landscapes, documentary photography, collages, monochrome images and intriguing plant close-up studies.
The Focus Group was founded in 2006 when four landscape photographers had travelled from the south of England to explore the photographic possibilities of western Scotland. They decided that they could work together and mount regular exhibitions of their work. Two further members were subsequently invited to join the group making up what the group is now.
The Focus Group now spends two weeks together each year. This allows them to work closely together, sharing experiences and ideas, to develop new and experimental approaches and also to plan future projects and develop a programme of exhibition.
Their annual exhibition at the Chichester Assembly Rooms is always popular and is attended by around 1,000 photographers and visitors from around the area.
The exhibition is free to enter and runs from 9am to 4.30pm.