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ACTINIC runs on passion, volunteer hours, and generous donations from our sponsors. We honestly can't thank them enough.
PermaJet was started as a separate company in 1999 with just one very adventurous aim - to deliver a range of high quality everyday inkjet papers as well as smooth and textured Fine Art Inkjet Papers, never seen before by photographers. These products suit everyone who is serious about their photography and image printing.
The very best Digital Negative Transfer FIlm with the clearest base on the market - 100% pigment ink friendly and quick drying.
A translucent film with an improved ink receiving layer that handles much more ink than average, to make perfect large format digital inkjet negatives, particularly monochrome, that can be used to 'contact ' to normal darkroom print papers.
IOver the 130 year history of ILFORD there has always been a positive commitment to the traditional world of silver halide black and white photography.
ILFORD PHOTO has experienced a tumultuous history since its origins in 1879, with ownership of the company changing hands several times.
Since that time, ILFORD PHOTO has re-established its primary position in the global photographic market and has led the worldwide resurgence of black-and-white photography. It is now the only manufacturer that provides a full range of film, paper, photochemistry and ancillary products for this sector.
Shutter Hub is a community of photographers & photography lovers.
The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation is a UK charity, established in 1988 with a generous benefaction from Daiwa Securities Co Ltd. The Foundation’s purpose is to support closer links between Britain and Japan.
Daiwa Foundation Japan House, the London-based headquarters, acts as a centre for UK-Japan relations in Britain by offering a wide programme of lectures, seminars, book launches, courses and exhibitions as well as meeting rooms for Japan-related activities and facilities for visiting academics.
The Foundation is represented in Japan by its Tokyo Office, which provides local assistance to Daiwa Scholars and administers grant applications from Japan. It also handles general enquiries and forms part of the network of organisations supporting links between the UK and Japan.