Epson partners up with wildlife photo exhibition

21 March 2012
Epson printers have been used to produce prints of some award-winning wildlife photos

The firm's 44-inch wide Stylus® Pro 9900, which uses UltraChrome HDR ink, was used to create the prints of animals, plant life, oceans, and landscapes.

Epson is the official inkjet printer and paper partner of the exhibition, 2012 Nature's Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards Exhibition.

Held on the second floor of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC, the event features photographs from more than 20,000 entries from photographers in 47 countries.


"With the help of Epson, and the incredible image-makers in the field, we are able to display an extraordinary photographic journey from the wild to the walls of the Smithsonian," said Steve Freligh, Windland awards director.

 The exhibition opens on March 30th 2012 and runs until January 6th 2013. Prizes include the Grand Prize, the Conservation Photographer of the Year and the Youth Photographer of the Year.

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