A Portrait of Four Crosses 2021

“A Portrait of Four Crosses 2021” (POFC21) is a community based project, collecting images of the families who live in Four Crosses outside their homes, the businesses that are based here and local scenes and events. It’s a bit like a pictorial census or a photographic time capsule for people to look back on in the generations to come. Images will be taken and collected throughout 2021 resulting in what I’m sure will be thousands of images. The best of these will be selected for a combined print and digital exhibition that would be available to view in 2022 and beyond.

As I said the project is community based and driven by good will and enthusiasm. If there are residents or business owners in the village who would like to help in any way, either by taking photos or helping with the exhibition side of things, then I would certainly appreciate your help. Also this is great opportunity for anyone looking to improve their photography or build a portfolio.

(PS. There was a facebook group for this project but due to privacy and data protection issues, the facebook group was disbanded. If you received a facebook notification saying you were removed from the group, don’t worry, it wasn’t personal!)

If you would like to help with the project and to opt-in to have your photo taken then please fill in the form below. 

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Published by samdavis

Sam is a professional photographer and writer based in the UK. Visit www.samsphotogallery.com to see his portfolio.

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