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Founded in 1903, the Scottish Photographic Federation (SPF) is a non-profit-making body which includes in its objects the discovery, promotion and protection of amateur photography throughout Scotland, and is the only body recognized by international agencies as representing the interests of Scottish Camera Clubs on a national basis. Most Scottish Camera Clubs are affiliated to the SPF and thus participate together, and against each other, in inter-Club, National and International Competitions.

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