AMITIAE - Friday 9 August 2013

Epson Germany and Environmental Photography

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By Graham K. Rogers


Following Epson's earlier leads on environmental causes, such as the protection of raptors in Croatia, and its involvement in the NYC SALT exhibition, where it provided wide-format printing solutions for student photo output, Epson Germany is reporting its support for an environmental photography exhibition on the shores of the Baltic.

At the "horizonte" festival which was held at Zingst earlier this year, Epson provided systems for printing and projection of the entries. Part of the exhibition included the "Life-Size Elephants" open air installation by Austrian photographer and filmmaker Klaus Reisinger.

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With the idea that exposure through visual images will increase environmental awareness, provided "its state-of-the-art Epson SureColor SC-S series printers to print over 1,400 square metres used in 25 indoor and outdoor displays on site."

The information provided by Epson adds that "Epson Germany has also supported exhibitions of camel photographs by Ralf Baumgarten in Dubai, and also plans to be involved in other such exhibitions going forward."

The information and the press release are available on the Epson Global website.

Graham K. Rogers teaches at the Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University in Thailand where he is also Assistant Dean. He wrote in the Bangkok Post, Database supplement on IT subjects. For the last seven years of Database he wrote a column on Apple and Macs.



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