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Photographers can now create virtual photography exhibitions

Photographers can now create virtual photography exhibitions - New feature introduced by the UK's leading online photography magazine gives photographers the ability to create their own virtual photography exhibitions.

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ePHOTOzine members' exhibitions ePHOTOzine - The UK's Leading Online Photography Magazine, have introduced a new feature allowing their members to create virtual photography exhibitions. The new Members' Exhibtitions feature expands on an already feature-rich gallery set, allowing members to go one step further with their online photography showcases.

"We made the descision when starting the site in 2000 that we would have custom built features rather than off the peg galleries and forums that other site owners use. The idea is that we can continue to add features that other sites don't have. We already have a wider feature set than most and this Virtual Exhibitions option takes us another step ahead."  says Peter Bargh, ePHOTOzine's editor.

Photographers can create a solo exhibition of their favourite photographs or subjects or, more uniquely, they can join forces with other photographers to create a combined photography exhibition, just like you would at a local gallery.
Once in place visitors can leave comments on the exhibition as a whole or on individual photos.

Exhibitions can be viewed by looking at the individual photos or in a relaxing slide show mode.

Current exhibitions are the Yorkshire Sculpture Park - Metal and Nature - a showcase of the YSP through the eyes or Peter Bargh and Stockport Air Raid Shelters, Iain Hutchinson's gritty black & white look at Stockport’s tunnel air-raid shelters which were constructed between 1938 and 1939.

You can view the new Photography Exhibitions feature here

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