Add the option to produce large-format prints with a compact, technologically advanced new 17-inch printer from Canon: The imagePROGRAF PRO-1000, the first in Canon’s new series of imagePROGRAF printers.
When print production managers need a paper that delivers rich, consistent photo and image quality and can go the distance for high production runs, they turn to LexJet Sunset Production eSatin 250g.
With a high-end, traditional satin finish and an economical price point, Sunset Production eSatin is an ideal choice for print shops, fine art reproduction companies, professional photographers and other imaging specialists looking for a lightweight, high-volume alternative.
It’s comparable to other photo papers on the market, but at a much lower price. For mounting or framing, it’s an ideal lightweight alternate to the award-winning Sunset Photo eSatin Paper 300g, with the identical satin finish. Sunset Production eSatin gives you the same wet-lab look, making it the go-to choice for high-quality posters, photo albums and other photo output needs.
It’s available in rolls from 17- to 60-inches, making it an optimal option for long runs on any aqueous inkjet Canon, Epson or HP printers. Plus, the Production eSatin uses the same printer profiles as the 300g, so you can transition easily between media without any issues.
It dries instantly and resists scratches, making it perfect for schools, corporate displays, retail graphics, décor and other applications where image quality at an economical price is crucial.
To learn more about LexJet Sunset Production eSatin 250g, call a LexJet print specialist at 800-453-9538.
Kodak has been a trusted name in the photo industry since 1888, when it was founded by George Eastman in Rochester, NY. These days, Kodak brings its mastery of all things photo-related to inkjet media that is compatible with Epson, Canon and HP printers.
Today’s Scouting Report focuses on Kodak Professional Inkjet Photo Papers, Glossy Finish and Lustre Finish. These papers were updated in 2012 to perform even better with modern inkjet printer inks. They have a larger color gamut and higher Dmax to produce images with richer blacks, a wide color spectrum and the finest details, even in shadows.
These inkjet photo papers were color texted with Monaco Gamutworks, which revealed that the colors that printed on them were accurate to the color captured in-camera. This true-color output makes the Kodak photo papers ideal for weddings, high-end retail, landscape, portraits, exhibit photography and more. The lay-flat technology that keeps the papers from curling make them easy to work with and ideal for portraits, as well.
Kodak Professional Inkjet Photo Paper, Glossy Finish weighs in at 255 gsm with a smooth, high-gloss finish for maximum impact. Kodak Professional Inkjet Photo Paper, Lustre Finish weighs in at 255 gsm with a satin finish similar to e-surface papers used in traditional darkroom printing. Plus, they have the Kodak watermark printed on the back — a symbol recognized by discerning end-customers.
Both resin-based inkjet photo papers are available in various sheet and roll sizes up to 60 inches wide. Call a LexJet representative to learn more about Kodak’s modern media at 800-453-9538.
Canon U.S.A. and LexJet announce a free workshop on Oct. 22 at Canon’s new headquarters facility in Melville, N.Y., that addresses the inkjet printing workflow for digital photography, fine art, sign and display applications. The workshop will be held the day before the PhotoPlus Expo and Conference opens, which is being held in New York City Oct. 23-26.
The workshop will be led by inkjet printing experts from Canon and LexJet and is geared toward anyone interested in learning about new and profitable applications and how to maximize their print workflow. Professional photographers Dan Neri and Rick Berk will also be on hand to discuss the latest innovations in Canon Photographic Equipment.
“It was large-format printing in a nutshell, from fine art and photography to posters and banners,” says Bill Szcepaniak, who attended the free workshop held earlier this summer in Irvine, Calif.
You will learn how to use the latest Canon imagePROGRAF (iPF) wide format inkjet printers, Canon printer software, applications relevant to your market with application demonstrations, and sure-fire production techniques to increase efficiency and profitability.
The workshop will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a continental breakfast starting at 8:30 a.m. Workshop attendees will receive a $50 gift certificate from LexJet, inkjet media swatchbooks, special printer and inkjet media promotions, printed samples, and other giveaways.
The number of attendees each day is limited, so please contact a LexJet customer specialist at 800-453-9538 to learn more about the workshop and to register.
The address where the free workshop will be held on Oct. 22 is:
Canon U.S.A., Inc.
One Canon Park
Melville, NY 11747
Wedding & Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) announced today its speaker and instructor line-up for WPPI U, taking place Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9 at WPPI 2013 in Las Vegas. This university-style, two-day workshop provides the fundamentals of photography to help today’s up-and-coming photographers strengthen their shooting skills and learn how to be successful in their business and marketing practices, according to WPPI.
Scheduled to teach at WPPI U are renowned professional photographers Jerry Ghionis, Kevin Kubota, Henk Van Kooten, Doug Gordon, Moshe Zusman, Lindsey Adler, JP Elario, Jared Platt, Tim Meyer and many more.
All WPPI 2013 classes, events and trade show will take place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas from March 7-14.
WPPI U classes will include topics such as:
- Lighting and Posing
- Business and Branding
- Postproduction (Lightroom and Photoshop)
- Social Media
- Weddings, Portraits, and Seniors
Each class is two hours and a Portfolio Review and Reception for participants will be hosted at the conclusion of the first day. Attendees will receive a certificate of completion from WPPI and a WPPI U T-shirt. The advance-purchase price for WPPI U is $125 for the two-day program if purchased online by March 6. The onsite price is $150. WPPI U sponsors include: Graphistudio, Bay Photo, Sigma, Millers, Adobe and more.
Registration (Http://registration3.experientevent.com/ShowWPP131/?flowcode=ATT) for WPPI 2013 and is open now. Registration rates are $275 for WPPI members and $399 for non-members. These rates include one free guest, all Platform classes, special events and a three-day pass to WPPI.
For more information about WPPI 2013 and all of its workshops and events, go to: www.wppionline.com/wppi-show.shtml
Entries are now being accepted for one of the world’s richest online photography competitions: The International Aperture Awards. Now in its third year, the competition is open to professional and amateur photographers worldwide. The total prize pool of $80,000 includes a $20,000 prize for the overall winner in the Open division.