Sir George Young officially opened the 2014 Andover Photographic Exhibition and enjoyed a tour around the exhibition accompanied by the club secretary, John Randall.
The Exhibition covers all aspects of different skills from beginner to advance workers and shows how a photograph can capture a moment in time, which in its own way can invoke a memory – beauty or tranquility for a multitude of different people in different ways.
The exhibition is at The Andover Museum and runs from 10:00am Saturday 8th February 2014 to Saturday 22nd March 2014 and admission is free.
Split Image Photography Club was formed in 1982.
They amalgamated with Andover Photographic Society in 1987 and were known as Andover Split Image Photographic Society from then on.
“We have a lively and thriving club supporting photographers of all levels, from beginner to expert, who all share a passion of creating wonderful images.” said a spokesperson for ASIPS.
The aim of the society is to provide a friendly and stimulating environment to encourage photographers of all ability levels to enjoy photography and to support them in acquiring new skills; we support film and embrace the digital age.
Each year the program of events includes skill learning sessions in colour, monochrome and digital photography with talks and demonstrations from visiting professionals. Many of our members draw great enjoyment from this wide range of speakers and seeing the work of others.
For those who wish to submit their work for assessment the society provides a wide range of club and interclub competitions: We also run a program of practical learning and hands on sessions.
For more information please visit our website at www.asips.org.uk