Graphistudio's Day in the Life of WPPI
by Rangefinder Staff
Photo © Dave and Luke Edmonson
May 21, 2013 —
The Day in the Life project, started by Graphistudio in 2005 in collaboration with WPPI, annually selects between three and five photographers to capture behind-the-scenes images that display different points of view during the weeklong conference and tradeshow in Las Vegas. Highlights include everything from setup to teardown of the convention, audience and speaker moments, master classes and platform presentation, parties and special events, and the grand finale, the WPPI awards ceremony.
This year, both Graphistudio and WPPI were excited to have photographers Joe Cogliandro, David Bastianoni, David and Luke Edmonson, Olivier Kpognon and David Brenot on hand to document some of the best and brightest parts of the event. Graphistudio will publish a hardcover book of the images, some of which are featured on these pages, as a keepsake of the event.
Graphistudio, a leading global supplier of commercial quality printed books that services over 54,000 professional photographers in over 128 countries, was founded in 1982 by Tullio Tramontina in Arba, Italy (one hour north of Venice). Tramontina is known for his creative eye for fashion and has a gift for bringing innovative products to the photography industry. Together with his partners Maurizio Corazza and Enzo Piazza, they have built Graphistudio into a recognized brand that is trusted by professional photographers around the world.
Innovation is the engine for Graphistudio’s growth and its soon-to-be-released Digital Matted Album, which will allow photographers to take their artwork to a new level by customizing spreads with different mats, varnishes and printing technologies. Graphistudio will also soon launch its new Image Boxes, which are beautifully tailored cases, available in a wide variety of styles, colors and materials that are both timeless and trendy.
Graphistudio is continuously working on providing both high quality product and education. As part of its commitment to education, the company launched the Graphistudio Accademia, a place where professional photographers can share, learn and become inspired. Click here to go to their website.
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