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Photographer uses Epson to bring work to life

David Brenot is an award-winning wedding photographer who accredits Epson technology for his ability to bring his creative visions to life.

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The Epson SC-P6000 series is designed for the printing of professional photos and fine art prints

Using an Epson SC-P6000 pro photo printer accompanied with Epson’s Fine Art Cotton papers, Brenot, who is also an Epson Photography Ambassador, says he is able to achieve consistent quality of work.

Brenot explains: “The objective of the print, the printer, the paper, the choices of paper is to ultimately translate the image I have in my head onto paper.

“As a photographer, what I’m really looking for in a print is quality and Epson’s Fine Art Cotton Papers allows me to guarantee this quality - in the longevity of the print, in the quality of the paper itself and its feel, and between Epson’s smooth and textured papers of the Fine Art Cotton range.”

The SureColor SC-P6000 series is designed for the printing of professional photos and fine art prints. The large-format printer can print a wide spectrum of colours and comes with an eight-colour ink-set and an Epson TFP Precision Core printhead.

The objective of the print, the printer, the paper, the choices of paper is to ultimately translate the image I have in my head onto paper

Brenot enjoys being able to use this technology to exercise creative projects on top of his wedding photography and says this is something that really allows him to exercise his creativity.

Brenot continues: “Thanks to this older technology, and the new technology on offer through printers such as Epson’s, I am able to create something different in order to tell stories. Ultimately, Fine Art Cotton papers are truly what I’ve been looking for to cement the identity of my work.”

Joining Brenot at Epson Photography Ambassadors are landscape photographer, Charlie Waite; Swiss-born, Marco Grob, known for his “distinctive” portraits; Isabel Munoz who is best known for her monochrome photography of bodies; and wildlife photographer, Stefano Unterthiner.

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