Happy Faces of Sandy
photography event will be at Sandy Carnival!
Everyone is welcome to take part in this event at Sandye Place Academy on Saturday 8 June.
Sandy Photography Club’s project will be to capture a historical snapshot of the many happy faces of Sandy – we did a similar project last year at the ‘Party on Potton’ Big Weekend, with great success.
An on-site photo studio with backdrop and lighting will be set up to take portrait photographs of individuals, families or friends which can be emailed to participants.
This event will give SPC an opportunity to integrate further with the local community, promoting the club, and demonstrating the enjoyment of photography.
The images taken at Sandy Carnival will be used to create an exhibition, and will also be published on SPC’s website and social media community groups. Following the Carnival, the intention is that SPC will set up local exhibitions for the public, at venues in Sandy and surrounding towns/villages.
If you would like to become a member of SPC and learn about portrait photography, using our equipment, you would be more than welcome to come and meet and talk with us at this event.
Carlos Santino, SPC’s founder member, as a professional photographer, will be directing and supporting the photo shoot sessions.
If you have any questions, please get in touch with us.
Sandy Photography Club enjoyed visiting the Paxton Pits photography exhibition at St Neots Museum last week, and were delighted to be shown the full range of competition entries – our thanks to Peter Hagger for the invitation, and thank you also to Liz Davies, Curator at St Neots Museum for organising the evening and for the excellent refreshments!
We were pleased to have the opportunity to speak with other photographers from Friends of Paxton Pits, and St Neots U3A, and hope this will be the start of further co-operation and competition in a friendly atmosphere.
Please follow our news on facebook and the website, and be ready for another great event we will be announcing soon!
All the best to you!
Sandy Photography Club is an enthusiastic local community group who aim to encourage members to express their enjoyment of photography by discovering the many different techniques, developing their practical knowledge, improving skills, and enhancing creativity and imagination, at the same time meeting people who share interest in photography in a friendly and supportive group.
More news will come soon….