This year three new limited edition prints have been created which will have a print run of just fifty of each in A2 size and two hundred in A3 size.
As always the prints are signed and numbered, up for grabs by a method of closed tender, highest bidder wins in the first week of sale, but this time with a difference!
This year as a gesture of goodwill they have decided to give one hundred percent of the sale price of the first 001 print from each photograph directly to three named beneficiaries. All three prints have a local theme.
The company director Marc Aeon Bradley said he got the idea last week when giving blood at Ludlow Racecourse. “136 units of blood were collected that day and it just goes to show how many good people of all ages are in the area.”
Prospective buyers are requested to visit Ludlow Market on the 12th of August 2012 and submit an offer. (Forms will be available) or to act now go to the website www.Traditionalphotographer.co.uk and click on the Tender Link.
Previous print sales have reached in excess of one thousand pounds and so they hope to raise as much money as possible, helped because this season’s content has a local theme. The beneficiaries will be Ludlow C.E School chosen because of its specialism in sports and who knows, it might help bring an Olympic Gold Medal to Ludlow and Great Britain in the near future.
The other worthy cause is Breakthrough Breast Cancer in an aid to help pay for a transilluminator. This is an essential piece of equipment for scientists studying DNA during experiments all helping to combat breast cancer in women.
The third and final beneficiary has yet to be chosen and Traditionalphotographer.co.uk are actively looking for a good local cause. Please do get in touch with suggestions.
Marc & Joanna of ask that you show as much support as possible by using your twitter, email and facebook accounts to spread the word because the more people that know the more it will help. Do pop along to the Market on the 12th of August to place a bid or have a nose at the photographs in question. In the mean time visit the website
www.TraditionalPhotographer.co.uk to submit your bid directly. Winners will be notified by telephone or email on the following Monday 13th of August.