An exhibition showcasing the very best of a camera club’s work welcomed a record number of visitors on its opening day.

The Watford Camera Club exhibition at Henderson Memorial Hall in Abbots Langley is displaying more than 70 images which features a wide range of photography club members have introduced including portraiture, landscape, nature, street, sport, and artistic design, in both print and digital form.

Numbers on the opening weekend on March 23 eclipsed the total number of visitors than the whole of last year’s exhibition which was held in the centre of Watford.

Terri Adcock, President of Watford Camera Club said “What continues to amaze me is how the quality of the work produced and exhibited by club members continues to improve year on year, including this year. The high quality of images has also helped attract record numbers of visitors to this year’s exhibition.”

Prizes were awarded and the winners and runners up images in each category are displayed together with work from other club members. Visiting members of the public can get involved in the exhibition, by voting for their favourite image and the winning photographer will win an additional trophy.

The exhibition continues until April 6, open between 9.30am and 4.30pm. This Wednesday will be open from 9.30am-12.30pm and this Friday will be open from 12.30pm-4.30pm.

If you would like to get involved with Watford Camera Club, members meet each Thursday at 7.45pm at The Friends Meeting House, 150 Church Road, Watford, WD17 4QB.

Current exhibition: The Henderson Hub, Henderson Memorial Hall, High Street, Abbotts Langley, WD5 0AR