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Canson Infinity & Focus on Imaging 2013

This weekend (3rd March – 6th March 2013) Focus on Imaging 2013 is taking place at the Birmingham NEC. The yearly exhibition and showcase for the camera and photography industry is Europe’s biggest annual imaging show with over 200 exhibitors and product launches.

This year Canson Infinity will be using some of our notworkrelated travel and Paralympic photography on their exhibition stand and on Monday 4th March we will be joining them to meet, chat to and offer advice to the visitors to the Canson Infinity stand. We love the paper stocks they supply and we use two of their papers, Baryta Photographique and Arches Aquarelle Rag, for our photographic prints which we sell in our shop. They are both beautiful stocks.

Huge thanks to Canson for inviting us to join them as well as theprintspace.co.uk for helping us print and produce these limited edition promotional postcards (1 of 54 per design) which we will be handing out at Focus on Monday. Thanks also to S.Wilford Printers for helping with the cutting and trimming.

Pop over and say ‘Hi’ if you are attending this year. Helen and Dave.

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