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Funding from NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group enabled us to commission a local arts and mental health charity Start, to deliver some photography sessions and they placed photographer, Sian Roberts at the venue.

Sian worked with the group to develop a programme of skills based activities and to prepare and mount the exhibitions, experimenting with new photography and editing techniques to produce these eclectic images that demonstrate their skills and vision.

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Here’s what participants said they get out of attending St Phil’s Camera Club;

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“I get to take photographs, be inspired, improve my skills, socialise and have a good laugh.”

– Mike

 

 

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“Better techniques for
taking pictures.”

– Danielle

 

 

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“I’ve loved learning new camera techniques, particularly editing.”
– Christine

 

 

 

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“The sense of
community and laughter.”
David

 

 

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“Something worthwhile, making good friends, learning about composition.”
Don

 

 

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“I like socialising, meeting, talking and
taking photos with the group.”
Gillian

 

 

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“Top Camera Club!”
Graham

 

 

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“Getting out, socialising and
interacting with the world.”
Simon

 

 

 

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“Capturing freedom of
the world in images.”
James

 

 

 

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“It’s given me the opportunity to learn new skills and
meet new friends.”
John

 

 

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“It’s confidence building
through meeting people.”
Kayleigh

 

 

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“It makes me feel good. I like talking to people, taking photos and having exhibitions.”
Michael

 

 

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“I’ve enjoyed working
with Photoshop.”
Sandra

 

 

 

CSCA

 

START

 

NHS

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