United Kingdom — Oct. 6, 2008 — A collaboration of one hundred
photographers from around the world has culminated in a
ground-breaking exhibition of photography.
Organised by the Olympus Photo Safari Group, this major event aims
to draw attention back to the quality of the printed photographic
image. Breaking new ground in worldwide collaboration, the
presentation will feature more than 120 16×12″ high quality prints,
representing highlights of 600 images contributed by 100 talented
photographers, from around the globe.
The exhibition will run from Tuesday 25th to Sunday 30th November
at the ‘View from the Top’ art gallery in Nottingham, central UK.
The group are proud to mark the occasion, with the launch of their
first photographic book and DVD, which will present stunning
examples of photography by passionate photographers worldwide,
using Olympus E-System cameras.
Brian Mosley, founder of the Olympus Photo Safari Group said today :
“This exhibition celebrates the group’s first year of incredible
growth, and offers a clear message to the industry – please listen
to what passionate photographers want from their camera equipment.
Our members believe that Olympus provide the best solution for the
serious photographer with their designed for digital E-System
cameras and most importantly the exceptional quality of the light
weight Zuiko lenses. This combination provides us with the
capability to produce truly outstanding images. The group also
acknowledges that Olympus will have to work hard to maintain their
lead over the competition with regard to tough, compact and
The Olympus Photo Safari Group is building a strong, interdependent
relationship with Olympus, which will help Olympus to stay focused
on what our members need to improve their photography.”
Full details and live updates on the exhibition will be posted here
The Olympus Photo Safari Group is a worldwide network of passionate
photographers who appreciate the value of shooting with Olympus
DSLRs. Group members regularly organise free events where they can
meet each other socially, enjoy shooting interesting subjects and
improve their skills through peer-to-peer coaching.