Showcase 4

Showcase 4 book launch

The Boater Pub, 9 Argyle Street, Bath The function room, Monday 23rd September, 2019, 6 – 8.00pm  We wish to invite contributors, members and guests to come along to mix and chat, maybe have a drink too. Contributors will receive their copies and there will be some copies for sale to those who are interested.…

Showcase 4: new enhancements

After group discussions and soliciting preferences from meetings, the Showcase 4 production team have developed new and exciting proposals to enrich the publication. These include: 4 pages per contributor (instead of 2) Up to 6 of your best images Layouts to include contributor text help and guidance from a newly appointed book editor an ISBN…

Showcase 4: 2019

All PhotoBath members are invited to contribute to the next installment of our annual group publication. Each edition represents a milestone in the groups development with examples of members work which have been selected from an internal panel with years of experience in judging, curation and print production. We continue to assess the best options…

Showcase 2 – Call for Entries

With the positive reception of our first group photo publication, Showcase 1, we are now fielding entries for Showcase 2. PhotoBath members are invited to confirm their interest in having their work appear in this publication. Could those interested respond by Monday 22nd May.  We will then be able to look at the full costs of publication…

David Lewis-Baker

I consider my work is essentially a celebration of humanity, made with humanity as well as aesthetics in mind, catching fellow humans when relaxed, animated or thoughtful in public spaces. I often look for humour and irony in my subjects, but I do not shy away from sadder and more thoughtful images when they present…

Jon Gordon

For a very long time photography appeared to me as an enclosed, even mysterious craft, one that involved dark rooms and unpronounceable chemicals, and skills that only a few individuals seemed to possess. Like a lot of other people, the advent of DSLR and then the increasingly hi-spec mobile photography systems enabled me to take…

Rabban

My photography conveys otherness, estrangement and darkness; an outsider’s view of the world. I do not take flowery or colorful photos that show compassion or positivity. I want to forge moments that reflect my own world view, and show the darkness and fatalism that runs through me and others. I originally rejected taking photos of…

David Kernek

I shoot stuff in the streets – people and often derelict buildings – that catches my eye, and portraits. I shoot in colour, but convert many shots to black, white, and shades of grey. I think less is more. I’m much more interested in content and composition – in pictures that have a hint of a…