The photographic angle promotes education of the public in the art and science of photography by staging exhibitions and by working with professional, student and amateur photographers
|Rituals Of Recreation||Between Here and There|
|Through My Eyes||Vernacular Photography|
|200 Faces||Light in the Lens|
|Performance||No Briton Is An Island|
|Our Stories||A Beautiful World|
|The Four Elements||Wildlife of the World|
|A Splash of Colour||My Country|
"Good space with natural light and a good amount of room between the images. Perhaps some text to accompany the images would be great for the context of the images. Many thanks!"
"We really enjoyed the variety of images shown. A fabulous setting, so good to see photographs of this size and quality in the city. Thank you."
Visitors to Manchester
"Interesting and technically competent photographs very well displayed. Impressive scale. Great use of empty office space."
"Excellent exhibition with a splendid range of photographs, displayed to great effect! Great to welcome back The Photographic Angle to Manchester City Centre! Rodney was very friendly, welcoming and enthusiastic - a first class attendant with splendid customer service skills!"
"An excellent exhibition - great to see the large format photos. Lovely to see the venue being so well used. A real treasure to discover (Photographic Angle) - I look forward to seeing more of their exhibitions here in Manchester."
Pam and David Burrow
"Some excellent images. Plenty of space between images. Good diversity of images. Good to see you back in Manchester."
"I enjoyed the variety of photos on display. The photography tips and quotes on each floor are helpful and provide a different perspective."
"Thoroughly enjoyed this new experience."
"A very enjoyable evening - I really enjoyed viewing the work of Sylvia Adams & Andrew Omu. They have inspired me to work differently at my approach to photography."
"A great source of inspiration"
A visitor from Woking & Bracknell College
"great variety of photos, well laid out. Great additional information - tips for photography."
A visitor from London
"The subject of Between Here and There is difficult to interpret."
"Some very interesting shots, would have been good to see some descriptions and history of the actual photographer though. Otherwise very good."
"Wonderful to fill derelict space with art/photographs - some great juxtapositions!"
"Interesting variety, lots of space created, better focus on each photographer!"
"Very good - but would have been better if there were a greater number of exhibitors."
"Impressive size and quality of pictures."
"First time I have seen a photographic exhibition and I greatly enjoyed it."
"Enjoyed the images."
"The quality of the pictures was high and they covered a wide variety of subjects - very interesting. I am disappointed that so few people appear to visit - suggests publicity needs looking into."
"As usual a very good exhibition with very thoughtful pictures and interesting styles."
"Some great pictures. Love the black and white ones. The pictures by David Thomas Smith are great, very clever way of using a photo. Well done."
"Some very interesting pieces of work."
"Interesting for students of photography to see other people's work and be able to critique. It allows us to learn what comes across well and what doesn't."
A visitor to Bracknell
"It was amazing, very educational too. Great pictures!"
"Really enjoyed looking at other photographers' work - i found it interesting, thought-provoking and educational."
"I thoroughly enjoyed the exhibition. I found the photographs very interesting."
"Landscapes very interesting. Environmental photographs also interesting."
"Enjoyed this one very much, especially Sylvia Adams & Derek Dewey-Leader. Thought David Thomas Smith's were very clever and true reflections."
"The variety of pictures was very interesting and i enjoy coming to these exhibitions. I will endeavour to publicise to my camera club."
"Stretched my view regarding concept between conventional and abstract. Edited and clean pictures. Keep doing this and I will keep coming."
"Very good idea to show blow ups on banners. Most impacting were the words from Photographic Angle - hope they are on your website."
"Interesting range of photographs, especially like those by David Thomas Smith."
"Some interesting and inspiring photos."
"Although I don't like all the images they all give food for thought. These exhibitions give inspiration to photographers to go out and try to improve."
"Liked Sylvia Adams."
"Would definitely come again and even think of submitting myself."
"Always enjoy the opportunity to view photos in this way. Love the peace and 'haunting' feeling in the venue."
A subscriber from Southend
"Enjoyed the subject matter & variety of pictures."
A subscriber from Southend
"Another good exhibition. Varied and thought provoking works."
"Good range of subjects, though limited exhibitors. As always quite inspirational and well presented."
Dick Van Brummen
"Interesting pictures, not as many as usual compared with previous 'Photographic Angle' exhibitions. Impressed with the high definition large prints, compared with previous occasions. The accompanying booklet of photos is a very good idea."
"Great idea to use empty office spaces for exhibitions. enjoyed this one a lot."
"Informative, inventive, interesting. Well staged in a good setting."
"Would have liked a bit more info about dates taken, subject, location. Fascinating 'kaleidoscope' effect photos - am going to try it myself!"
"Great exhibition & space; stunning shots, some more powerful than others. Great theme & well chosen shots, well presented."
"I thoroughly enjoyed the exhibition with it's diverse and fascinating images of individuals, family groups and beautiful landscapes all encompassing individual interpretation of the environment!"
Feedback from a subscriber
"Interesting subjects and variety. Would appreciate knowing more about both subject and photographer."
Someone who saw advertising outside
"Good venue, lots of space, well presented. Liked the Google themed pattern photos."
Someone who is a subscriber to TPA
"Mixed - particularly liked the 'people' photographs. Not keen on the picture abstracts, thought they looked confusing. Would be better as a single shot, instead of mirroring the images."
"Some interesting photos. Some additional notes on where and when the pictures were taken would have been great. Loved advice for amateur photographers"
"This is a first class medium for photographers to demonstrate their images"
"Fantastic use of space. Great photos"
"Thought provoking. Very enjoyable"
"It was very personal. It was inviting. Good having stands with writing about photography. Setting helpful because you focus on the photos and where you are"
"Really nice! Especially the text boards"
"It was a lovely moment. We enjoyed a peaceful photography exhibition"
"Amazing images. Kudos to The Photographic Angle and the kids"
- Cariem Bitsios
"Very interesting. I especially liked Sylvia’s photos."
"A very interesting and thought-provoking assortment of photos."
"Wonderful display in an amazing setting. Very good indeed."
"Good venue. Interesting selection of images – some truly excellent and inspiring."
"The exhibition was amazing, truly beautiful! It was plenty big enough, the prints were great quality and the subjects really varied. Deserves more attention."
"Very thought provoking. Good use of light, colour and balance. Like the subject matter, especially landscapes"
"I thought it was such a creative, clever way to portray photographs. Sylvia Adams and ‘One Brake Horse Power’ was one of my favourites"
"A great use of unused space"
"Wonderful work. Would definitely come back again"
"Great to see opportunity for photographers to display their work"
"Interesting work. Good to see the vacant office floors being visited in this way. Look forward to seeing more"
"Building scary but view is amazing. Photography is beautiful and creative"
"Good idea to use empty spaces for art"
"Enjoyed the exhibition. It was a nice surprise whilst out on a boring shopping trip."
"Very interesting. Impressed with Sylvia Adams exhibits"
"I loved the building and thought the layout and size of images worked great. Some lovely work and some that generated quite heated debates"