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Stunning pictures to enjoy as Felixstowe’s talented photographers show their best work

PUBLISHED: 08:48 14 August 2018

Evening Light by Roger Seaman is one of the images which will be on display at the Felixstowe Photographic Society's exhibition Photo: ROGER SEAMAN

Evening Light by Roger Seaman is one of the images which will be on display at the Felixstowe Photographic Society's exhibition Photo: ROGER SEAMAN

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More than 100 prints and 200 digitally projected images on a wide range of subjects and themes will be on show at the event.

Warm Ice is the title of this colourful composition from Harman Hopkins for the Felixstowe Photographic Society's exhibition Photo: HARMAN HOPKINSWarm Ice is the title of this colourful composition from Harman Hopkins for the Felixstowe Photographic Society's exhibition Photo: HARMAN HOPKINS

Felixstowe Photographic Society (FPS) is holding its 12th Biennial Exhibition at the Trinity Methodist Church Hall, Orwell Road, from Wednesday, August 15, to Saturday, August 18.

The exhibition is open from 10am to 8pm on weekdays and 10am to 5pm on Saturday. Admission is free.

The special theme is “Armistice” with members submitting images in recognition of the ending of the First World War in 1918.

Felixstowe Photographic Society president, Nigel Rea said: “We are a welcoming, lively and thriving club and are currently one of the leading photographic clubs in the Eastern Federation with over 70 members.

Drama at Felixstowe and Walton Utd ... Moment of Impact by Paul Voller features in the exhibition at Trinity Methodist Church Hall Photo: PAUL VOLLERDrama at Felixstowe and Walton Utd ... Moment of Impact by Paul Voller features in the exhibition at Trinity Methodist Church Hall Photo: PAUL VOLLER

“Our programme runs from September to June and our weekly meetings offer a wide range of topics for everyone interested in photography.

“These include competitions for prints and projected images, external ‘battles’ with other photographic clubs, speakers and practical and instructional evenings.

“We also cover the technical side of photography from the basics to the advanced with plenty of advice and encouragement from experienced photographers.”

FPS meets on Thursday evenings at Broadway House in Orwell Road.

Emanuel Ribeiro's Ghost Fleet is striking image among around 300 on display Photo: EMANUEL RIBEIROEmanuel Ribeiro's Ghost Fleet is striking image among around 300 on display Photo: EMANUEL RIBEIRO

You can find out more by visiting the society’s website or on facebook.com/felixstowephotographic

The Look by Chris Carne Photo: CHRIS CARNEThe Look by Chris Carne Photo: CHRIS CARNE

The Artisan by Peter Freeman - one of the exhibits Photo: PETER FREEMANThe Artisan by Peter Freeman - one of the exhibits Photo: PETER FREEMAN

Brian Lomax's Banded Demoiselle features in the exhibition Photo: BRIAN LOMAXBrian Lomax's Banded Demoiselle features in the exhibition Photo: BRIAN LOMAX

Lily: after Leonardo by Nigel Rea - one of the images from the recent Felixstowe Photographic Society exhibition Photo: NIGEL REALily: after Leonardo by Nigel Rea - one of the images from the recent Felixstowe Photographic Society exhibition Photo: NIGEL REA

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