Moab Paper Teams Up With Canon

For "Try My Photo" program

July 24, 2012 New York, NY – Moab, a division of Legion Paper, the
nation’s premier paper company dedicated to the art of the fine print,
is excited to announce a special promotion where  Moab’s Entrada Rag and
Slickrock Metallic will be featured, for a limited time, as two art
papers in Canon U.S.A.’s “Try My Photo” program.
Canon U.S.A.’s national “Try My Photo” program enables eligible
customers to upload select images to the Canon Try My Photo website and
for a limited time, receive their image on Moab’s award-winning
Slickrock Metallic Pearl or  Entrada Rag Bright 190 paper – a
double-sided, US-made archival fine art paper used by today’s top
photographers for exhibition quality prints.
With this program, eligible consumers in the United States have the
opportunity to submit one digital image per household from select Canon
PIXMA Pro printers, and for a limited time, a consumer can print their
image on Entrada 100% cotton fine art paper or the new Slickrock
Metallic Pearl.   The promotion featuring select Moab papers on Canon’s
Try My Photo website will run through September 30, 2012.  The
combination of Moab fine art paper and Canon technology helps achieve
high-quality results and enables participants to make a more educated
decision when purchasing a printer.
Along with the image, consumers who participate in this program can
receive additional product information.  For program details and
restrictions please visit:
“We’re thrilled about our collaboration with Canon,” said Joshua Levine,
CEO, Legion Paper. “The renowned quality of Canon printers perfectly
complements Moab’s family of fine art papers.  This combination provides
a complete fine art solution to professional photographers seeking to
enhance their images with superior paper and high image quality,” added
In conjunction with the launch of the Canon PIXMA PRO-1 Professional
Inkjet printer, Moab has developed ICC profiles for all its papers.  The
profiles are available for download at
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