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5 June 2013

Epson is providing a New York City non-profit with R2000 and R3000 13-inch printers and a 3880 17-inch printer along with supplies so the teens it serves can see what it's like to make gallery prints.

And, in fact, NYC SALT already has a number of impressive prints for sale, although the show won't be held until June 13 at Bathhouse Studios.

Founded in 2005, NYC SALT started with six kids from Washington Heights and some disposable cameras. Today students attend classes and photo shoots with industry professionals, engaging kids "with digital photography to give them a creative outlet, introduce them to great and creative career possibilities and connect them with mentors and role models."

On its blog, Ashely Ventura explains in her College Essay, "I have learned to see things with a whole new perspective, and it has motivated me to take every single chance given to me in order to live the happy and successful life I've always dreamed of."

Kudos to the kids, applause for Epson and a pat on the back to the pros who salt the earth.

Epson Helps NYC SALT Non-Profit Engage, Inspire and Empower Photography Students

NYC SALT to Host Annual Photography Gallery in New York City on June 13

LONG BEACH, Calif. -- Epson joined efforts with New York City non-profit NYC SALT to provide photo printing solutions for the upcoming student gallery that will be held from 6:30-10 p.m. on Thursday, June 13 at Bathhouse Studios. NYC SALT engages, inspires and empowers New York City teenagers by providing professional visual communication skills -- exposing students to the highest levels of the creative industry and equipping them to think creatively and solve problems with a positive voice.

"Epson's wide-format photo printers provide these students with professional printing equipment, allowing them to get hands-on experience creating gallery prints of their own," said Alicia Hansen, founder, NYC SALT. "We are so grateful to Epson for supporting our students and helping influence the experience and education of future photographers."

NYC SALT is a photography and college readiness program that provides New York inner-city teenagers with training in cutting-edge digital technology, taught by working professionals at the top of the photographic industry. Students meet each week for structured classes and photo shoots and each student leaves the program with a portfolio of professional-quality photographs and the skills necessary to begin a career in photography.

NYC SALT students are currently using Epson photo papers along with Epson Stylus Photo R2000 and R3000 13-inch printers and the Epson Stylus Pro 3880 17-inch printer in creative workshops and classes, as well as for the creation of prints for the upcoming gallery. Epson wide-format photo printers offer advanced features and technology with pigment-based inks to deliver high quality, archival black-and-white and color photos.

"NYC SALT offers kids who might not otherwise have the means to pursue a career in photography the extraordinary opportunity to have hands-on learning experiences in the studio," said Larry Kaufman, product manager, Professional Imaging, Epson America, Inc. "We are proud to support such an outstanding program that has a lasting impact and helps the majority of its students become the first generation in their families to go to college."

For more information about NYC SALT and the upcoming gallery in New York City, visit For more information about Epson's photo printing solutions, visit

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