The Pinhole World - 24 April to 6 May 2018

Finally, here are the full details of The Pinhole World exhibition, which is to be held at Frank's Bar in Norwich from 24 April to 6 May 2018. 

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I have been completely overwhelmed by the interest in this show from Pinhole Photographers from...we...all over the world. Overwhelmed and delighted that is. The show is semi-curated, in that I have offered all photographers who entered the chance to be part of the show, and have then selected the final images to be included in the show.

Today (24 April 2018) I went to the bar and hung the show. As you'll see below, the images are arranged a little like garlands, which I hope you like - I think it suits the nature of pinhole photography very well. Although there is no specific opening, Frank's was already busy so I am hoping there will be a lot of interest whilst the show is on. Apologies that the images below are a little fuzzy - the lighting was a little challenging and to be honest I was tired from all the hanging!

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Below are a few samples of the images that are included, there are 44 in total. All images are around 20cm on the longest edge (including any border) and will be shown as a wall of the world. All will be for sale, and at a reasonable price - if you come you might pick up a bargain!

 Image (c) Danny Kalkhoven

Image (c) Danny Kalkhoven

 Image (c) Ky Lewis

Image (c) Ky Lewis

 Image (c) Jeff McConnell

Image (c) Jeff McConnell

 Image (c) Scott Speck

Image (c) Scott Speck

 Image (c) Alex Yates

Image (c) Alex Yates

 Image (c) Larissa Honsek

Image (c) Larissa Honsek

 Image (c) Nick Dvoracek

Image (c) Nick Dvoracek

 Image (c) Jana Uyeda

Image (c) Jana Uyeda

As a reminder, there is a group of Pinholistas coming to Norwich for WPPD and you'd be really welcome to join us, even if you have never shot pinhole before. I cannot promise a hugely professional event (note that we don't even have a vernissage for the show) but the attendees are all super nice so it should be a lot of fun. You can find more details via one of the routes below...and of course can contact me.