Canson Infinity and Kayell Australia are currently running the Every Print a Masterpiece Competition where the grand prizes are all expense paid trips to France. You can find out more about it below, but if you would like to have your entries printed by Image Science, and you don’t see your chosen Canson paper listed, feel free to contact us as we are happy to print on all Canson papers should you provide us with the stock to do so (we’ll need a few sheets to do a profile and will give you a discount on the printing for supplying the paper).
From Canson Infinity, “The winners of the Every Print a Masterpiece Competition will be flown to Paris where they will participate in activities spread over 3 days and nights. The first item on the scheduleis a guided tour of The Louvre where you will see some of the worlds masterpieces. The second item on the schedule is a visit to one of the most famous photography museums in the world, the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, this museum hosts cutting edge temporary exhibitions and has a huge permanent collection on the history of photography and it’s connections with France.
This trip would not be possible without the support of Canson Infinity so we will also visit the historic Arches paper mill. The Arches mill was founded in 1492 and through the years, the history of Arches has been closely linked to the history of France. This all expenses paid trip will be one not to be missed so we hope you enjoy the Canson Infinity range of inkjet papers we have made for your printing enjoyment.”
To find out more about the AIPP Australian Professional Photography Awards you can go here. Entries open on the 21st of March and close on the 4th of May, 2012.
If you would like our help with your entry, we would love to help you through the process in printing your work at the highest quality for entry. Contact us directly as fine art and photography printing are our speciality!
- Mahiman S -
Thanks for the quick turnaround, I was able to make a couple of prints with the new profile last night. I noticed subtle differences in colour and a more noticeable difference in the neutrality of grayscale prints. Overall a more accurate representation of what I was seeing on screen in comparison to what was provided by the manufacturer.