Pictures by some of the country’s best photographers are now on display at West Swindon library at Link Centre until 30 June.
Organised by members of the Digital Imaging Group (DIG) of the Royal Photographic Society, the entries on display have been selected by a panel of eminent photographers, who have also chosen the RPS Medal and Trophy winner and the six RPS Ribbon winners.
DIG is the largest special interest group in the RPS and was formed in the very early days of digital imaging, when most of photographers were still using film or slides. In 1996, information around on the digital camera technology, software and equipment was not widespread and a few early adopters came together for self help and mutual support. Twenty years on, digital cameras dominate the market and the way photographers in most fields now capture images.
The philosophy of DIG is to stimulate, inspire, and exchange information, and to continually assist members in gaining knowledge as digital photography evolves in terms of new software, equipment or techniques.
DIG welcomes photographers from every genre. Whether you cover architecture to nature, abstract to wildly creative, new members are welcomed. Visit the exhibition and/or click to find out more.
Library opening hours: Monday, 9.30am – 5.00pm; Tuesday, 9.30am – 7.00pm; Wednesday, 9.30am – 5.00pm; Thursday, 9.30am – 7.00pm; Friday, 9.30am – 7.00pm; Saturday, 9.30am – 4.00pm; Sunday – Closed