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‘Photo & Fine Art’ at Visual Impact show in May

The Visual Impact printing trade exhibition will this year have a focus on photographic output via inkjet systems, in recognition of the growth of inkjet wide format being used to create museum-grade photographic and art reproduction.

Specialist papers,non-wood media, canvases and framing will be featured in the dedicated Photo & Fine Art area of the Visual Impact exhibition to be held in Homebush in May. Kayell & Canson will present workshops and a Gallery.

Kayell Australia, with Canson Infinity papers, is the first major sponsor to sign up, with workshops planned on how to produce the best photo and art reproductions. There will also be a framed gallery of images by leading photographers and artists.

Under the tagline ‘The Fine Art of Inkjet Printing’, these workshops are limited to 12 delegates and will run 2-3 times per day. They are presented by Kayell and Canson’s inkjet experts. You’ll be printing your own images with the latest Epson Pro Printers and inks, state-of-the-art printer profiles, and on the finest papers. Editing and soft proofing will be carried out on Eizo ColorEdge monitors and by the end of the session you’ll leave with finished prints and be on the way ‘to mastering a fine art printing workflow that will significantly improve the quality of your printed images.’

Each participant will share a computer connected to a Eizo ColorEdge Monitor with a Epson Surecolor P906 A2 Desktop Printer. You will be supplied with a choice of different A4 Canson inkjet papers to produce your own fine art prints.

More information will be announced shortly. Framers and frame production technologies will also be featured.

Call (02) 9868 1577 or email:
Wednesday 3 May 2023 – Friday 5 May 2023

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