Susan Bovey, frequent exhibitor and prize-winning photographer is president of the Woodland Camera Forum. She will join Don Sherman, a photographer for 70 years, to demonstrate new technology for environmentally green high resolution wall display at Sacramento’s Viewpoint Photographic Art Center, 2015 J Street, Sacramento, Wednesday evening, March 22 at 7.
Sherman developed 5k Ultra High Definition SizzlPix locally and introduced it at JumpStart Davis, last year. His presentation will include hands-on demonstration of the result featuring local sights and scenes which are on permanent display in the lobby of the Buehler Alumni Association building, UC Davis, and for sale at the UC Davis Store, downtown.
They will show live samples and a video demonstrating how everyone can enjoy their own favorite photographs in spectacular realism and eye-popping detail in sizes from 18” up to 6-feet.
Setting up a gallery of 40 5k Ultra High Definition SizzlPix at University of California, one of us remarked on the irony and the honor of sharing wall space with a couple of permanent posters celebrating the pioneering composition and printing of Ansel Adams, who, nearly 100 years ago, set a standard for fine-art photography. Departing from others, he conveyed realism by emphasizing sharpness and tonal balance in uniquely dazzling enlargements.
A visitor, overhearing, while viewing the gallery joked, “Adams would have invented and used SizzlPix if he could have.”
5k Ultra High-Definition SizzlPix have been featured on Sacramento TV news, and displayed in the offices and homes of celebrities and just-plain-us, throughout the world.
“The beer or soda can you recycled last month may be in your 5k Ultra High Definition SizzlPix today.”
With no paper, canvas, wood, glass, nor plastics, SizzlPix are environmentally friendly!
Viewpoint members and the public are welcome at Viewpoint Photographic Art Center, 2015 J Street, Sacramento, Wednesday evening, March 22 at 7.