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The Societies Newsletter
25 November 10
 
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New Membership Service

We have just launched a new feature to the members pages.

Members can now have a twitter stream, running on the right hand side of their page.

To see an example, check out David Simm's members page: http://swpp.co.uk/members/Simm0017.htm

Also don't forget to follow us on twitter:
http://twitter.com/TheSocieties

Photographic News

WinZip Courier Speeds Users Webmail Experience now also on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox


NEC Display Solutions appoint Color Confidence as pan-European distributor for their graphic arts display ranges


From Beginner To Going Professional


UK photographers snap up new Hasselbuddy scheme


Color Confidence launch their Jargon Buster and offer an A to Z of understanding for all things photo, colour imaging
 

Latest Photographic News:
http://swpp.co.uk/news/

2010 Trade Awards

Please vote for your products of the year and you could win a Masterclass ticket.

https://swpp.co.uk/secure/trade-awards.htm
Free copy of Professional Imagemaker Magazine & Information Pack

If you are still unsure, you can request a free information pack on the Societies.

https://swpp.co.uk/secure/free_info_pack.htm
Gepe Card Safe Extreme

For the transport, safekeeping and optimal protection of memory cards, Gepe has developed the Card Safe with its unique Multicard Insert. Each card compartment can be used for different card types. The design and special materials used protect the cards from shocks and keep them securely in place.

Sale - 5 inc 1st class post

https://thesocieties.net/forum/index.php/topic,14730.0.html

Kata Digital Waist Pack 495 - Last few remaining!
Sale - £40 inc 1st class recorded post
The perfect Christmas present.
https://thesocieties.net/forum/index.php/topic,14833.0.html
Joe Farace's Glamour PhotographyJoe Farace's Glamour Photography

Using minimal equipment and maximizing opportunities, this informative reference demonstrates how to shoot glamour portraits in any available light situation. Working with both professional models as well as amateurs and using no more equipment than the basics, this guide provides instruction for creating easy-to-build modifiers, addressing a model’s figure and appearance concerns, harnessing natural light, and adapting to any location or backdrop. Beginning and established shutterbugs looking to diversify their work and professional photographers seeking fresh ideas and techniques will find an abundance of information in this guide.

Usually £24.99 Special Offer £15.0

Last few places on these classes

Book now to avoid disappointment.

Trevor and Faye Yerbury - Lighting The Way (Superclass)
 

Trevor and Faye Yerbury - Images Of Women (Superclass)
 

Doug Gordon - Fashion Meets Wedding (Location Seminar)
 

Bev and Barrie Downie- Weddings Using Available Light...Absolutely Any Light that is Available (Superclass)
 

The Societies 2011 Photographic Convention

Less than 50 days to go, the countdown has begun!

Convention: 10th-17th January 2011 - Trade Show Dates: 14th-16th January 2011
Novotel London West – Hammersmith

Free to enter photographic trade show. Meet 200+ plus photographic trade exhibitors

swpp.co.uk/convention/

Free Trade Show Highlights*

Get advice from the experts
Experts will be on hand to give you advice on services and products
Free Demonstrations
See the latest photographic equipment

*Trade Show Bookings are free until 07 Jan 11, After this a £5 fee will be charged

20 x 16 Competition

Do remember that you are able to enter our 20x16" competition. The closing date for entries being December 31st 2010. The judging is in the open and you are able to attend and watch the judging process free of charge. We are certain that you will find this most informative and educational.

http://swpp.co.uk/convention/20x16.htm

Speaker profile: Doug Gordon

It is a funny story. I am a failed baseball player. I was blessed with a gift to throw a baseball exceptionally fast. As a sophomore in High School I was already being scouted by colleges and MLB teams. My average fastball at that time was between 96-98 mph. That is incredibly hard for a major league pitcher. As a 15 year old it was crazy. With that being said I wasn’t a great student. I didn’t think I needed to be. I graduated High School with a GPA of 74 and scored 880 on the SAT of which 800 was for signing my name. I love the game of baseball and really thought I was set. With all that going on my parents worked a lot and I didn't get to see them often . My dad worked 2 jobs, plus shot weddings on the weekend. The only time I got to see him was when I would go and assist him. I was 11 years old, had no idea what I was doing, but I made $40 a day.

Read more - http://swpp.co.uk/professional_imagemaker/speakers_corner/Doug_Gordon.htm

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