Below is a list of links which may be useful for club members.

(if you have any you would like to add please email )

Photo Printing Services

DS Colour Labs 
Reasonably priced printing service

Excellent printing service used by many club members

One Vision Imaging
A range of print finishes and options.  Free test print service.

The Print Foundry
C-Type and Giclee prints

Mounts and frames

Uckfield Framing
On Bell Road industrial estate .. provide mounts as well as frames

In Polegate, provide inks, mounts and paper.  You can order online also.

Seawhite – Brighton
Provide just about everything you might need.

Cotswold Mounts
Online resource for mounts – home page also has videos about how to mount your photos, which is handy!

Frith and Company
Online resource for mounts, both pre-cut and mountboard blanks

 Paper Spectrum
Online resource providing blank and pre-cut mountboard and other materials.  In addition to mounts with pre-cut apertures they also very usefully  provide mount board blanks pre-cut to competition size 50 x 40cm.

Film Services

Ilford Lab
Back and white film developing and printing service
Classic Silver Halide prints. All Ilford chemicals used.

AG Photo Lab
Black and white and colour film processing and printing.
C-type printing from film. Also C-type prints from a digital image.

Local Camera Shops/Repair Shops

Local shops selling photographic gear or providing photographic services:


Between Buxted and Uckfield –  camera repairs, sensor cleaning, infra-red conversions.  mention youa re a club member to get a discount

Park Cameras

Major camera retailer based in Burgess Hill, also do workshops and other sessions.

Arundel Photographica, 6 High Street Arundel, BN18 9AB

Source of used camera’s and lenses, specialising in vintage cameras and lenses.  01903 885540

Editing Software

In addition to core software such as Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop there are many other suites of editing software and plugins.  Here are a few used by members:


Editing Tips and Tricks

Highpass  Sharpening
High Pass Overlay technique in Photoshop – talks about the techniques use for enhancing texture & sharpness and demonstrates how it differs from unsharp mask

Using the HighPass  filter
another very good tutorial on this feature