Epson Sponsors 14th Annual Palm Springs Photo Festival

Epson will be showing off its Legacy papers at the event, which are designed for fine art photography.

epson_275x275Global technology company Epson is sponsoring the 14th annual Palm Springs Photo Festival evening reception and printing seminars hosted by the celebrated R. Mac Holbert.

Holbert is a world-renowned photographer that has done much to enhance and promote the business and technical sides of fine art photography.

The evening reception, known as the “Midnight Gallery,” will showcase printed images from a range of celebrated photographers that were created using the Epson SureColor P5000 17-inch wide-format printer on Epson Legacy Papers-Legacy Platine, Legacy Baryta, Legacy Fibre, Legacy Etching, and the new Legacy Textured.

Epson is also presenting two seminars, hosted by R. Mac Holbert, during the Festival:

  • Demystifying Color Management with R. Mac Holbert: Holbert will educate attendees on the importance of implementing a color management workflow to achieve high-quality prints.
  • Structuring Your Digital Workflow: The Importance of Proper Sequence: The seminar will feature Holbert presenting an all-important workflow sequence and provide participants with a non-destructive sequenced workflow philosophy.

In addition, throughout the festival, as featured on the Epson Print Academy YouTube channel, R. Mac Holbert will be on hand at the Epson table in the festival sponsor headquarters at the Palm Springs Hyatt atrium to print files using the Epson SureColor printers and Epson Legacy Papers.

The Palm Springs Photo Festival runs through May 12 at the Palm Springs Hyatt Hotel in Palm Springs, Calif. The evening reception hosted by Epson will take place on Thursday, May 9, from 11:30 p.m.-1 a.m. The evening reception will be held at the Sculpture Garden of the Palm Springs Art Museum.

Epson-sponsored seminars will be hosted at the Palm Springs Hyatt.

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