The British Journal of Photography published a report of
the Council of Edinburgh Photographic Society, at the end of the Society's
35th season. The report included the following:
"Thanks to Messrs Bashford, Roddick and Lugton for stepping into the breach caused by Mr
elevation to the Presidentship and sudden subsequent death, leaving the
elementary section without a teacher.
Mr Lugton, who is a photogrpaher of
much skill and wide knowledge has given with much acceptance to those who
attended the last three lectures, or rather lessons, on elementary
photography; and the Council hope to make arrangements with him whereby he
will give six elementary lessons during the next session.
The lessons will be fully illustrated with examples and
demonstrations, and are well worth the attention of the old, as well as
the young, photographer."
11 Oct 1895, p.653]