Yervant Zanazanian is one of the world’s top five wedding and portrait photographers.
Renowned for shooting with his Canon EOS1D-X and his dark room techniques, he was increasingly aware of the need to maximise production capacity. He tried outsourcing image production but was dissatisfied with the lack of personal control over quality and delivery.
“As a photographer, you spend a lot of time capturing the perfect image and you want to ensure that is translated accurately in the final print output – the only way to do that is to bring your prints in-house,” said Yervant.
Implementing the Canon imagePROGRAF iPF5100 for proofs and the imagePROGRAF iPF8300 for large prints and re-prints on a variety of paper types was the solution. Prints are perfect first time and costs are greatly reduced.
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