Although best known for his award-winning reporting and interviewing skills, renowned Australian journalist Ray Martin has spent almost as much time taking photographs and now Ken Duncan’s Gallery is hosting Ray’s World – an impressive image collection that constitutes Ray Martin’s first major photographic exhibition from 14 to 23 July. In a testament to the quality of the work Ken Duncan has insisted on presenting Ray’s images to the highest archival standard – printed on an Epson SureColor P9070 printer with Ultrachrome HDX inks.
The SureColor P9070 is a 44" (1118mm) large format printer that is designed for premium photo, fine art and proofing work. It supports a wide range of standard and specialist media in roll and sheet formats. It features a PrecisionCore® Thin Film (TFP) head with Variable Sized Droplet Technology™ for images with outstanding resolution, fidelity and tonal gradation. It uses Epson’s latest UltraChrome® HDX all-pigment aqueous ink for accurate colour with an exceptional gamut, Dmax and image durability. The printer uses a 10 colour ink configuration that provides up to an incredible 99% PANTONE® coverage and delivers outstanding black and white reproduction.
Ray’s World will feature an eclectic compilation of images that include dazzling landscapes, haunting portraits, bustling European street scenes, graphic aerial shots and tranquil Asian temples.