8 February 2013
Last updated at 07:04
A group of international photography students from the University of Wales, Newport, have been working on a project with the theme of money and communities, which reflects issues ranging from economic deprivation to long working hours. This was taken in City Pizza, Newport, by Francesca Magistro (Italy)
Each student on the documentary photography course set about exploring lives and locations across the Cardiff and Newport areas. This was taken in Butetown, Cardiff, as part of a socio-economic photo project by Johan Peter Jønsson (Denmark)
Another photo of Butetown, Cardiff, by Johan Peter Jønsson (Denmark). A one-day exhibition is being held in Cardiff Bay, where some of the photos were taken.
Some photos were an observation on an ever-changing industrial landscape, such as Alexandra Docks, Newport, photographed by Luke Brown (UK)
The project also aimed to look at the social impact of relative poverty within the local south Wales communities. Imperial Wire and Steel Works, Newport, by Luke Brown (UK)
Photographers were asked for their responses to the effect of money within the communities documented. This photo was taken in Newport market, entitled 'Market life' by Paul Bradley (UK).
Looking through the window of the Lamb pub in Newport - another photo by Francesca Magistro
Another shot from Newport market by Paul Bradley (UK)
Butetown, Cardiff by Sissel Thastum (Denmark)
The light that meets me walking to Betty's, by Sissel Thastum (Denmark)
The one-night show will be held at the old NatWest Bank on Bute Street, Cardiff Bay, on Friday 8 February at 18:00 GMT. Operation Christmas Child Warehouse; 10 Shoeboxes by Aimee McDonald (UK)