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Unique Photography Exhibition In Lincoln

Unique Photography Exhibition In Lincoln - An exhibition of phone photography images is currently on display in Lincoln Central Library.

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Ty Reynolds
The Brayford waterfront, Lincoln, by Ty Reynolds
 
InstaChimps, a Lincolnshire photography group specialising in mobile phone photography, are showcasing a new exhibition at Lincoln Central Library.

Called Hip 2B Square, the images that will be on display at the exhibition vary massively from local images to images taken as far afield as Zurich.

InstaChimps was founded off the back of another local SLR group called ShutterChimps.

Miles Winterburn, founder of the group, said: "It is becoming really popular shooting with smartphones and we wanted to have an exhibition off the back of that. This exhibition is really exciting for us, being the first one we have pulled together since the group started earlier this year.

There are some challenges with shooting on a phone, some of the cameras aren't that good and you struggle to get depth of field but there are some great apps out there to deal with that."

The exhibition is free, and is open 9am until 7pm on weekdays and between 9am and 4pm on a Saturday. It is on until Saturday 15 September 2012.


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monstersnowman 9 1.7k 1 England
5 Sep 2012 2:20PM
Its an interesting subject. I am holding an exhibition that will feature images taken on the Ipad and edited soley on the Ipad, almost exclusively using free app software, in order to show what can be done with low-quality equipment. My Ipad camera is somewhat poorer than some phone cameras so it is a challenge but also quite fun and liberating, being able to produce a finished image whilst still at the scene compared with sitting at the computer in my office :o)

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