Excellent reviews have been received from visitors to the 90th Scottish International Salon of Photography exhibition at the Mechanics’ Institute.
The outstanding quality of images that have been placed on display has been commented on by visitors to the photographic display.
The exhibition showcases 200 photographs that have been judged to be the best in the competition, covering the following three categories: nature, colour print and black and white.
Over 600 photographers from 47 countries around the world submitted images to be considered for display.
The gallery consists of a wide variety of photographic techniques and the display has proved both thought provoking and inspirational to those who have viewed the work so far.
This exhibition, which is free entry, will run until Saturday, June 8, at the Mechanics’ Institute, and is open Sunday and Monday 12 noon to 4 p.m. and Tuesday to Saturday from 10.30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A show catalogue, depicting a wide variety of the best images in high quality reproduction, will be available to purchase from the event at a cost of £3.
This exhibition is complemented by a gallery of images from the Brechin Photograhic Society, in honour of their 125th Anniversary, which are on display at the Town House Museum, again until Saturday, June 8.
Entrance to the museum is free.