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Photography student asks you to Photograph Your City

Posted on - 12th January, 2014 - 10:40am | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Photos, Preston City Centre

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Laura Cronin, a photographer from Preston studying BA (Hons) Photography at Salford University, is asking residents to share their images of the city.

She is planning to make a book featuring a mixture of her own and other people’s photographs documenting everyday life around the city of Preston. A visual journal.

In her own words:

“I’m a photography student preparing for my final major project, which is going to be a community documentary project about the city of Preston. I am planning to make a photobook featuring photos taken by people from Preston, generally based on the idea of documenting our everyday life in the city.

“I am hoping for the final piece to be a kind of visual journal of people’s experiences living in Preston, showing the diversity of the city’s population. I would love as many people as possible to get involved!

“There’s much more info on how to submit your photos on my project blog here http://prestonphoto.tumblr.com/ (where I will also be showcasing everyone’s submissions). Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions!”

Here are some of the ideas Laura is looking for:

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If you live/work in Preston and own some kind of camera then you can join in!

Have you helped Laura with her photo project? Let us know in the comments below

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