Epson to demonstrate the best in digital photo printing with award-winning work on show at Photokina

Kit and know-how at the show to enable photographers and imaging labs to stand out from the crowd

Epson to demonstrate the best in digital photo printing with award-winning work on show at Photokina

Epson will focus on helping professional and top hobby artists achieve the very best quality results at its stand (Hall 2.2, Stand BO21) at Photokina in Cologne, 26-29 September 2018.

Epson is running a new Digigraphie photography competition, inviting the very best in the business to submit up to five photographs by 15 August for judging (details available here).

The top entry and work from the four runners-up in the five categories (landscape, wedding, portraits, bodies/motion and wildlife) will be displayed on stand and included in a limited edition hardback book. The judging panel will include some of Epson’s world renowned ambassadors such as David Brenot, Isabel Muñoz and Stefano Unterthiner.

Marc Boehmer, product manager Professional Photo at Epson Europe, comments: “The 25 prints that we will have on show will demonstrate just how effective and versatile digital printing can be. Photographers need the right equipment and media to match their creative work.

“We are well known for offering professional level solutions for retailers, photographers, photo labs, studio and hobby photographers. In all we do the emphasis on quality and productivity across our product range which includes microlabs, printers, scanners and media. But we won’t just provide kit, we want to share know-how and there will be experts on hand to answer all and any questions.”

The SureColor SC-P printer range is the Epson technology most used for photographic applications but Epson also offers the SureColor SC-F dye sublimation and SC-S signage products which means it can offer personal photos, collaborative print shop design, on-demand printing, professional large format images, signage, personalised products, T-shirts and home décor. 

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