Exhibited at the Convention
The Practical Photographer
referred to photographs on display during the Photographic Convention
of the UK in 1892. This was held in a room usually occupied by the Royal Geographical
Society of Scotland.
The journal added:
"Perhaps the best photograph in the room was
the very large and wonderfully successful group by Mr Alex Ayton junr., which was shown as a
carbon enlargement. Several very fine carbons were also shown by
Messrs Elliott & Son and M&T Scott of Edinburgh."