Channel / 6 Apr 2020

Weekly Digest - 6/4/20

Welcome to the second edition of Ffotogallery’s weekly digest! Whilst our offices and gallery are closed, we’re still busy working from home to bring you the latest updates, including creative activities you can take part in at home, resources you can browse online, and we’ll be sharing what arts organisations further afield have on offer.

© Robxn Gough Photography

Competition Time

Congratulations to last week’s winner of our #colour photo competition, Robxn Gough Photography (@robxngoughphotography)! Thanks to everybody who entered – over the coming weeks, we’ll be setting up an online gallery of all of the entries we receive, so keep an eye out on our ‘Channel’ page.

We’re kicking off the week with a new theme – angles. You can interpret this in any way you want – for example, try photographing one object from different angles, or look for lines and shapes around your home / garden to create geometric patterns and angles. We’ve had a go ourselves – here are some examples below to get you inspired. Don’t be afraid to experiment!

How to enter:

Simply post your photo on Instagram, tag @ffotogallery, and use the hashtag #angles. We’ll repost our favourites on our account, and the winning image will be featured in next week’s digest.

Don’t have Instagram? Don’t worry! You can email your photos to us on [email protected], just make sure you include the name of the person who took the photo.

You might also want to check out the following:

Work to be Done - Virtual Tour

If you didn’t get a chance to see our latest exhibition, you can now view it in this virtual walkthrough created by our friends at CultVR Lab.

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Ffotogallery Platform

We’re still accepting proposals for @ffotogalleryplatform! If you’re interested in showing your work, click ‘find out more’ for further details on how to apply.

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52 Frames

52Frames is a community of photography enthusiasts from around the world, working together to improve their photography skills.

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Covid-19 Archive

Set up by Manchester-based Public Source, the Covid-19 Archive is an ongoing project culminating the work of documentary photographers, journalists and writers recording these events across the globe.

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The Collective

The Collective Community is an online magazine inviting the arts community to submit a piece of art a day via Instagram. Check out this post for more details.

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CultVR Lab

CultVR have a whole archive of 3D scans, 360° video and photography so if you feel like immersing yourself in some Welsh culture from the comfort of your home then take a look at their website.

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