Great meeting on Monday thanks for all your support, as presentations are a bit nerve racking!  But hopefully you are all excited about the power of great photography and design!

Note our mystery website guest has now been deleted ( i hope!) so any more like this please let me know.

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Comment by Lynda Wookey on June 10, 2013 at 13:24

That was a fabulous presentation with lots to think about and lots of expert knowledge gleaned - I remember it well, which is always a great sign of an excellent talk!  Well done to you and Rupert.

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