pictureNow Exploring photography as a creative, expressive medium

pictureNow is a social group for anyone interested in photography as a creative, expressive medium, who is inspired by great photographs or intrigued by the paradoxes of the photographic image.

Whether film or digital, small or large, sharp or fuzzy, Process or idea-driven, still or moving, we explore the image and its message.

The group holds monthly face-to-face meetings in Chelmsford, Essex, UK, to hear photographers/artists talk about their projects and to look at each others’ work in a supportive, exploratory and non-competitive way. We publish a newsletter containing news, views and opportunities centred around but not limited to Essex and east London.

Our aims are to:

• inspire photographers and artists working with photography
• distribute information about events, exhibitions, books and open projects
• disseminate and discuss photographic work
• network with others
• share ideas and skills
• work collaboratively
• spread good practice

The group welcomes all those interested in photographic images to join us physically or virtually. We are not a formal membership organisation and we don’t have commercial affiliation, but we raise money through our events so that the group is self-funding and sustainable.

Please see the website for details of our next meeting which is on Monday 3rd July, Writtle College, 6.45pm (£3 donation, students free).

www.picturenow.org

Share on Social Media

Dean Lloyd from Stansted Airport Fire & Rescue Service and his friend Richard are taking part in the CLIC Sargent London to Paris Cycle Challenge.

The Challenge Starting in London the route heads through glorious English countryside, to the ferry from Dover to Calais. This 300 mile, Four day French adventure is an incredible experience of a lifetime!
We were lucky enough to be invited to the Admiral J McHardy in Springfield 2 weeks ago.. Known amongst fellow Chelmsfordians for many years as the Almer, its new incarnation as the Admiral J McHardy is firstly a name rooted in Chelmsford history.

Captain John McHardy was Chelmsford's first Chief Constable appointed in 1840 and, our landlord tells us, prior to this had an active hand in suppressing the slave trade.
BOOK THIS AMAZING EVENT NOW - SPANISH TASTER EVENING: To start – selection of tapasOlives, marinated chicken wings, Tortilla de patata, Cured Spanish meats, King Prawn and chorizo, Cheese and ham croquettas, Rustic bread.
We're all about building the most valuable community of gamers out there, bringing them the latest games, exclusive editions, and the hottest consoles to the UK. We're the UK's No.1 high-street video games retailer for a reason.

We're looking for someone special to join our team. Think you're up for the challenge?

We're on the lookout for a Sales Assistant to join our busy store and become a GAME Hero.
Recently in Chelmsford there has been an influx of different restaurants offering a multitude of different cuisines, however takeaways have been mainly limited to kebabs, pizza, chinese and indian. When I heard that Mudith Mathanga had started up a business offering Sri Lankan cuisine I was intrigued to try it.
We at the community hub we were asked to enjoy the culinary delights of Live Dosa, located opposite the bus station in the centre of Chelmsford city.
Excited to announce the launch of the City Photography Competition! Amateur photographers of all ages are welcome to enter.

Enter an image taken in Chelmsford or the surrounding villages and you could win prizes including vouchers, photography courses and theatre tickets.
Only household black bin collections are changing to fortnightly. Other collections will not be affected. This includes food waste, which will continue to be collected weekly.