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Creativity photography exhibition

Exhibition Creativity photography exhibition
Location Landmark Place, Windsor Road, Slough, SL1 1JL
Dates 9th – 13th June 2021
Open 10am – 3pm Daily
Cost Free Public Admission

We advise you to check our website for the latest information prior to attendance, due to potential changes in the Covid Tier system.
Please note our Covid health and safety procedures onsite. Please practice social distancing and act on any guidance our staff give you. Wear a face covering unless you are exempt and use the hand sanitiser provided on arrival. If you are not feeling well, help keep everyone safe by staying at home.

Historically we were always trying to capture the fleeting image, one that reflected reality as we saw it. By contrast, in a world of iPhones and Instagram we now often see images that present an altered sense of reality. Although photography is a creative art form in itself, the concept of this theme showcases the results achieved when camera settings, editing techniques and creative angles are used to the photographer’s advantage.

All art is subjective and we fully expect visitors to be challenged by the work on display. Some images may be considered beautiful, while others are thought-provoking; some may even challenge your perception on what constitutes a photographic image.

CREATIVITY is a touring photographic exhibition, created and supported by The Photographic Angle.

Please check website prior to attendance for latest information as dates may be subject to change.
Disabled visitors are advised to check with us before visiting an exhibition so that suitable access can be provided. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

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T : 0800 028 7338
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Reg Charity No : 1135750
Willpower 12 533 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2021 3:39PM
I drove from Peterborough to Slough, my first long outing recently due to Covid restrictions, especially to visit this exhibition.
I have visited several Photographic angle exhibitions before and have enjoyed every one.
Well laid out, good information, easy access and excellent photographs with much to admire and many thought provoking images to see.
My own photography tends to come under the broad spectrum of Creative, so this exhibition, despite the distance involved was of particular interest to me.
Unfortunately I have to report that I came away disappointed. Of course I understand that a theme such as this is very subjective and what will amaze one person will have little impact on another. However I would say that I have seen images that far better represent this theme, in competitions at club level, than many of those that were on display. The one that disappointed me the most was the hackneyed Egg supported by intercrossed forks. This is such a cliched image that has been done in so many variations by so many photographers, that I was startled that it was even present in the exhibition.
I shall still continue to support thephotographicangle , because they do an excellent job of bringing interesting art and the work of individual photographers to the general public. There is a lot of hard toil that goes on behind the scenes to make this type of exhibition a success.
However on this occasion I'm afraid it didn't work for me. I'm sorry thephotographicangle that this is negative feedback. But sometimes it helps to bring things into perspective.

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