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Print to Prove It educates

Posted on Feb 3, 2021

With the benefits of photo printing lost on most, the Print to Prove It initiative aims to resolve this issue. Professional print lab, One Vision, and photographic giant, Fujifilm, seek to showcase the joys of the physical format, particularly when created using professional-quality paper and expert handling.

Print to Prove It generously offers three free 10x8in or 12x8in prints on your choice of paper and produced in the lab, and you only pay the cost of postage. Fujifilm’s Lustre, Gloss and Pearl medias provide a wide choice for a range of photography styles, so unique work can look its very best. Lustre is highly versatile, Gloss is sharp and vibrant, and Pearl features a high sheen and deep contrast.

Managing director of One Vision Imaging and the mastermind behind the initial drive, Derek Poulston, explains: “I am passionate about photographic printing and want to show as many people as possible the difference in quality when they choose to print professionally. This is why the Print to Prove It challenge has been created, and along with Fujifilm’s support, I look forward to seeing it continue to grow. It doesn’t matter if you are a professional or an amateur, all photographers stand to benefit from reviewing and improving how they print their work.”

The first round of Print to Prove It ends 31 March. The free prints are available now.

For more information, please visit the Fujifilm Print to Prove It website.

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