A member of the Watford Camera Club will have his work displayed in an exhibition by Royal Photographic Society, for which more than 3,000 members around the world entered their photographs.

Steve Meekins image is one of 100 that were chosen for the biennial 2017 exhibit, which will come to intu Watford this weekend.

“This picture formed part of a series of six related images of my own choice for a project at Watford Camera Club,” Steve explains. “I chose to try and record a series of abstract pictures of landmark buildings in London using features available on my camera, rather than trying to create something in Photoshop computer software afterwards.

“This particular image was a multiple exposure. I shot the same building seven times changing the camera position slightly each time.”

He adds: “I have been a member of Watford Camera Club for about three years and joined the Royal Photographic Society in November 2016. I'm happy to photograph all types of subject, however I probably enjoy landscapes and still life the most. Though having said, that I'm not that keen on photographing wildlife and portraits.”

President of Watford Camera Club, Martin Patten, comments: "We are truly proud to see one of our member's images selected by the eminent judges of the RPS panel and looking forward to see Steve's image at the intu gallery together with other outstanding exhibits"

The photos were chosen by society members of distinction Ben Brain, award winning journalist, photographer and editor of Digital Camera Magazine; Tony Bramley, professional wedding and portrait photographer who was awarded the society’s Fellowship of the Year 2016; Maria Falconer, professional photographer specialising in performance and visiting lecturer at De Montfort University; Andre du Plessis, social documentary photographer; and, Steve Smith, social documentary and street photographer.

The world renowned American Photographer Joe McNally, also a society member of distinction, selected the gold, silver and bronze award winning images.

The gold award went to Michael Durham from Dumfries, Scotland, silver went to Martin Castellan from Leran, France and bronze Paul Mann from Worcester, England.

intu Watford, WD17 2UB. Saturday, April 1 until Monday, April 17. Details: rps.org