Tuesday, March 31, 2009

New Kids on the Block

From the steady stream of interested shooters, educators and industry media professionals you would not know it was our first time exhibiting at Photoshop World. DSI had five representatives working at once. Our strong visual impact brought hundreds of curious attendees into our compact booth. Our stunning gallery of images brought people in and they stayed to learn about our unique technology and the longevity, neutral tones, and absence of color shift our images deliver. Our successful show promotion offer was a hot item - it remains available on our website through April 15th.

Our collaboration with The Griffin Museum was spotlighted by stunning archival images of Ted Williams,
shot by Arthur Griffin, which we sold in small format. Kathy Skarvan from Ava Art designed framing for two handsome prints displayed at our entrance. Precision Camera has chosen DSI as their preferred lab partner and we put out information on their new Digital IR camera conversions. We were impressed by the strong show of support shared by both professional and amateur photographers. As the only New England lab to meld digital advantages with the beauty and quality of true silver gelatin prints we won't be the new kids for long.

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