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Sheffield Photographic Society Annual Exhibition

Lily Trotter, African Jacana by Richard Hall - winner of Best Photo in Exhibition

Founded in 1864, Sheffield Photographic Society is one of the oldest such societies in the world. Each year, it showcases the work of its members with a public exhibition. While this year's physical exhibition at Sheffield Cathedral is postponed, you can now visit the gallery online.

All 173 images on display have been chosen by Marilyn Roberts, the current President Elect of the Yorkshire Photographic Union.

View the whole exhibition online

Download exhibition catalogue

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