The old names
names include lectures by two Past
Cleland, was President of EPS,
1985-88, and organized the EPS International Photographic Exhibition for many
years has given several lectures to EPS, the first in 1979.
In 2001 his subject is:
and Flash Techniques [demonstration]
Cormack, travel photographer, was President of
EPS, 1985-88.He, also, has given several lectures to EPS, the first in 1968.
In 2001, his subject is:
and Hedgehogs – Trecking in Morocco
include lectures on Digital
Images by David Johnston and by Alastair Swan who won the Medal for the Best
Slide in the Scottish Photographic Federation annual Slide Battle in 1999
greatest change, so far this decade 
is the rapidly increasing interest in digital photography, reflected
both in the speakers at Edinburgh Photographic Society, the thriving
Digital Imaging Group and the prints being exhibited in competitions.
the steady flow of audio-visual presentations has continued.
have also been more lectures on documentary photography over the past
few years. Is it, perhaps, the millennium that has caused
photographers to consider documentary work?