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Thursday 31st July 2014  GMT 


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The Societies' Convention Exhibitors (F-J)

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Friday–Saturday 10:00–17:00
Sunday: 10:00–16:00
Pre-register before 24 December 2014 to avoid £6 entry fee to Trade Show

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Folio Albums
View detailsHandmade fine art albums.
Fotospeed
View detailsFineArt and Photo Quality InkJet Paper.
FujiFilm
View detailsPhotographic manufacturer.
GF Smith
View detailsPhotographic album manufacturer.
Hahnemühle FineArt UK
View detailsFineArt inkjet papers.
Ianiro UK Ltd
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Infocus Insurance
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Jorgensen Albums
View detailsWedding albums.
JP Distribution
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Convention testimonials I would like to thank you for the magnificent dinner and the very helpful seminars. This convention really gave me a boost especially after the award I was given, Photographer of the year 2011 for bridal portrait. Andreas Evzonas
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What our members say
Why I like the Societies: The network and being able to chat to other photographers - Andy R
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Photo Quote: We take language into our minds; we read words in the same internal voice with which we think, remember, pray. But when we look at paintings or photographs, the reverse is true. If the image corresponds to our most intensely personal, yet archetypal, yearnings and memories, we don't take the image in, we move out of ourselves into the image, as though it were another world, a hologram whose forms of light are ghostly angels, or a dream whose physical reality is suggested by what we see on the surface of a canvas or a page. We connect with the image as though we had lost it within our own memories and are now surprised to find it represented outside ourselves, vital and luminous, charged with energy. - Jayne Anne Phillips

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