SLOUGH residents are being invited to submit their photographs to a special project which could see them blown up and displayed on a building in town.

Freelance photographer Mike Swift is running Welcome Four4 - an initiative to represent the diversity of Slough. 

He is on the lookout for 44 photographs to highlight the different languages spoken in the town in tribute to its culturally-rich population. 

And those successful will see their photos appear on a building in Slough. 

Mr Swift said: "I am curating 44 images taken on a smartphone camera by Slough photographers of different languages spoken in Slough. Each image is to represent a different language and will appear on  a building in Slough with the other 43."

The rules are that they must be shot on a smartphone camera and be in portrait (upright) format.

The person in the pictures MUST be from Slough and willing to be to be put up on the building.

Already some brilliant photographs have been sent in - but there is still time for more to come through.

Whether you're an amateur photographer, a member of the Observer's camera club or simply someone who is a big fan of portrait mode, get involved! 

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