Dear Valued Freestyle Customer,
Our commitment to traditional photography remains as strong as ever. It seems that many educators are dedicated, as well. With the fall school semester off and running, we are happy to report that film and darkroom paper sales have shown a substantial increase for the first time in four years. This is a great sign as it appears that educational budgets and photo programs have expanded, student enrollment is up and an interest in traditional photography is growing. To better communicate with you about both traditional and digital photography, we will be sending out two separate newsletters, every few months or so. One will focus on digital inkjet printing technology and imaging; the other will focus on darkroom products and information. You have asked us to keep you informed and up to date on the world of photography. Giving you both newsletters should cover your interests whether they are digital, traditional or a mixture of both.
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We have been very busy presenting our "The World of Inkjet Paper...The Print Matters!" seminar to educational institutions, photo clubs, commercial labs and professional photography organizations throughout the US; including multiple presentations at the Society for Photographic Education's new headquarters in Cleveland and Filter Photo Festival in Chicago. We also presented for both Grossmont College and San Diego City College in San Diego before heading up to the Photo Center NW in Seattle and then down to The College of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas. For more details on the lecture, please see our home page. To see where we will be next please visit our special events page.
We also want to thank everyone that stopped by our booth at Photo Plus Expo at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City, recently. We had some great feedback on our selection of employees' works that were hung in our booth from our Freestyle Exposed VI: Unconventionally Traditional show as well as the over 140 inkjet prints that were on hand for demonstration and comparison.
Please keep those comments and feedback coming and remember, "Without YOU there is no US!"