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A Walk in My Town - Photography Club

Throughout lockdown, Canterbury College Students' Union (SU) have been running virtual clubs and societies so that students can explore new hobbies and skills and still experience College life whilst they are learning from home. The Photography club is in full swing and today we are sharing some of the images taken and posted within the group.

The Canterbury College Photography Club is open to any student regardless of their course or skill level, and is a fun way to interact with learners from College with similar interests, whilst developing a new hobby. Photography tutor Nikita Adams gave excellent advice to the group and sparked inspiration for different themes to explore.

This week's brief was "A Walk In My Town" and members were encouraged to make use of their daily exercise to explore their local area and capture it in a new light. 

Hayden Doherty

"A Walk in my Town - shot with an Olympus XA camera and developed at home"

 

Jess Louise

"Ramsgate Royal Marina at Night" and "The Old Fire Station"

 

Tiegan Wheeler

"Hawkinge" and "Folkestone on the Old High Street, one of my favourite places."

How to get involved

Joining the Photography Club is a really great way to meet new people doing something you're interested in. Develop your skills in photography and editing, get creative with your camera and produce amazing work to share and display. It is a friendly platform and an extremely supportive group of people all interested in making art with their camera. 

Find out more here

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