The Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards Exhibition has just named Epson as an official Global Sponsor. Epson’s expertise in the field of professional printing technology allows the visitors to experience the beauty of award-winning nature photography in its purest form.
Guests who stop by the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC can marvel at some of the most breath-taking photographs of one of the most prestigious nature photography competitions at the rotunda level of the museum.
“We’re thrilled to work with Epson to display the extraordinary photographic journey from the wild to the walls of the Smithsonian,” Said Steve Freligh, Windland Awards Director. “epson’s exhibition-quality printing technology allows our visitors to experience nature in a fine art print– the closest it comes to what the photographer experienced.”
The exhibition-quality prints were created with Epson’s award-winning 44-inch wide Epson Stylus Pro 9900. The precision of its Epson Micro Piezo TFP print head and the performance of its UltraChrome hDR Ink, each print delivers an experience that can only be topped by actually being at the scene when the photo was taken.
The exhibition features winners chosen from more than 20,000 entries from photographers in 46 countries to the annual Windland Smith Rice International Awards program. It also showcases the Grand Prize Winner, Conseration Photographer of the year and the Youth Photographer of the year, as well as winners selected from 13 separate categories.
“Epson is honored to be associated with Nature’s Best Photography and that our advanced printing technology is being used to create this breathtaking exhibition,” said Rick Day, group project manager, Professional Imaging, Epson America, inc.
The exhibition will be viewed by millions of guests at the Smithsonian, and is open daily, free to the public. The competition is likewise open for anyone to join, and encourages photographers from every level of expertise. For more info head over to www.naturesbestphotograhy.org