U3AC Photo Forum 20 – Exhibiting Your Work

David Hone covered: the importance of contacts; the mechanics of setting up an exhibition and the timescale in preparing for it; curating the set of pictures for the audience that would see it; deciding on print size and paper surfaces and getting prints made; deciding on type of framing and mounts and sourcing inexpensive frames; printing captions and labels; and hanging methods and so on.  David stressed: the value of working with local groups; and how the discipline of mounting an exhibition can improve your photography.  See David’s work at www.dhimages.co.uk.


Photo: David Hone at the Photo Forum May 2018

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2 Responses to U3AC Photo Forum 20 – Exhibiting Your Work

  1. Sue B-H says:

    I was pleased to see that David Hone is still photographically active. He does enjoy his photographs of buildings and people performing in concert – nice to see.

    • brianhuman says:

      He came across as a nice guy, real enthusiast and font of all kinds of useful knowledge. Some good pictures among those he showed, proving he has a photographer’s eye.

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