Tag: print

The Fujifilm Graphics and Print Family is growing

In the last couple of weeks, our Graphic Arts and Print Team has grown rapidly, welcoming many new and experienced faces to the Fujifilm family.

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Karl Borsky as Category Manager, Analogue Packaging, EMEA. He will enrich our team with his many years of experience working within the packaging industry. His first role was at Sun Chemical, where he was part of the R&D team working on ink formulation. He then progressed to work for packaging giant Constantia Teich, for over 14 years, with significant experience in analogue and digital packaging Prior to joining Fujifilm, he worked for pigment company Habich, in product development. Karl is well known and respected within the printing sector, which will help him to extend connections for Fujifilm with partners and customers, playing an integral role in increasing sales.

Art Calendar 2022 by Kim Leuenberger

“That intense need of running far, far away from everything that you know. That need to explore new sights and feel the excitement of the unknown running through you.”, by Kim Leuenberger. She is a photographer and location scout, teacher and speaker, originating from Switzerland who always wanted to capture it all, and never got enough of that rush of seeing something new. Suddenly, Kim Leuenberger was forced to become sedentary and stopped taking pictures.

Something had to change, and she had to find a new way to escape reality. Soon enough, she learned that it is not necessary to travel in order to escape reality. Already, “holding a camera in your hands is a gateway to a parallel universe to your normal daily mortal life.”

My New Year resolution: Print more photographs

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By Louise Dickens

I, like many others, saw in the new year surrounded by friends, slurring the words to Auld Lang Syne and drunkenly calling my parents to shout ‘Happy New Year’ down the phone (it’s sort of a tradition).

The next morning I woke up and scrolled through the photos of the night before. Half of my friends had already uploaded theirs on to Facebook, and I smiled (and cringed) as I Read More