THERE is still a chance for people in Ludlow to enjoy some iconic photograph from the 1960s.

Renowned British reportage photographer David Hurn was among the artists exhibiting work at the launch of a second Photospace Gallery in Ludlow.

David, along with fellow photographers, John Pratt, Al Vandenburg, Geoffrey Barham, Paul Hill, Richard Shakespeare, Peter Norman and the Ludlow Archive all have images featured in ‘The 1960s in Pictures’ exhibition.

The exhibition is currently running in the two galleries called the Photospace 1 and Photospace 2 until Friday, February 1.

Photospace 1 gallery is based at 1 Quality Square, Ludlow and is also the home to the Photo Space Charity which focuses on photography and wellbeing.

Across Quality Square is the Photo Space 2 entrance which has three floors of exhibitions.

Informal images of The Beatles, Michael Caine and Julie Christie are just three numerous photographic gems caught on camera by David Hurn during a distinguished career as a leading reportage photographer.

Other photographers will be showing their work at Photospace that was founded by Peter Jones and his wife Lucy to promote the art of photography.