Growing galleries

Budding photographers, and the more experienced, are being encouraged to contribute to - and to help curate - a series of online galleries that will grow and evolve over the next 12 months. Open to everyone everywhere, the most popular images will feature in a super-gallery.

Here - from stark images of the casualties of war, to snapshots of ordinary family life at home - take a look at the work of some of the photographers who have contributed previously to Brighton Photo Fringe, with organisers Helen Cammock and Natasha Ba-Abdullah.

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Brighton Digital Festival runs until the end of September 2011.

Images provided by Brighton Photo Fringe Online Focus in partnership with Metro Print. All images subject to copyright. Music courtesy KPM Music.

Slideshow production by Paul Kerley. Publication date 19 September 2011.


Brighton Photo Fringe - Online Focus

Brighton Digital Festival

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