If you're looking for a interesting photography exhibition to go to over the summer then get to London's Science Museum. 'Revelations: Experiments in Photography' is an exhibition that explores how early scientific photography influences modern and contemporary art
This exhibition ranges from some of the first photographs ever taken of the moon to 'Blow up' a dynamic photograph of a classic still life setup exploding take by the renowned photographer Ori Gersht. With such a range of facinating and stunning work you will certainly find something to fascinate you. There are so many fantastic photographs featured that if your a photography enthuseast you'll be missing out if you dont go. My personal favorate image out of the whole of the exhibition was 'Bullet through a lemon' by Harold Edgerton shot in 1955. This was one of the first examples of high speed photography ever.
The Exhibition will be going on in london science museum till the 9th of September. If you dont get to see it in London the you will have a chance to see it at the National Media Museum, Bradford from 19 November 2015 – 7 February 2016.