Residents of Waterloo based housing organisation Central & Cecil have been getting snap happy as part of a charitably funded project.
Members of the public can see the finished photos on show at the Waterloo Action Centre.
Approximately 60 residents from Central & Cecil's hostels, care homes, sheltered and supported housing across London have participated in short photography courses, learning how to use digital cameras and visiting venues such as the National Portrait Gallery and The Photographer's Gallery for inspiration.
"All the residents who took part in the photography workshops benefited from learning skills particularly as photography is so accessible and immediate," says Beth Moseley, Arts & Education Coordinator.
"Photography is such a great medium to express oneself, some of our residents struggle with expressing themselves, particularly in writing and so learning photography has given them a new and somewhat powerful and effective method of communication and expression. They are all very proud to be having their work on display in the public gallery."