Excessive-impact, massive format portraits set the scene as Fujifilm’s Acuity Prime brings ‘souls’ to life at SoulKind journal launch celebration

Excessive-impact, massive format portraits set the scene as Fujifilm’s Acuity Prime brings ‘souls’ to life at SoulKind journal launch celebration

Fujifilm was happy to assist SoulKind at its journal launch celebration in Cheltenham final week. The occasion featured gorgeous portraits printed on the Acuity Prime and top quality promotional materials printed on the Jet Press 750S, whereas the journal itself was offset printed utilizing Fujifilm Superia processless plates.

The unbiased publication is the results of a collaboration between photographer Chris Boulton and model guide Jamie Rudd, who was impressed to create a constructive journal after being in a life-changing automobile accident in 2018.

The annual journal explores the inspirational lives of a number of ‘souls’, who every reveal the teachings they’ve learnt because of their trials.

On the launch celebration, which befell at Rituals Espresso Roasters in Cheltenham, six topics from the journal joined 28 Summers podcast host Jay Worthy on stage to offer extra insights into their experiences which are showcased within the journal.

The topics included: former skilled rugby participant Ed Jackson, who manged to climb Snowdon after pushing himself to recuperate from extreme neck and spinal accidents that left him unable to stroll in 2017; Scott Jenkins, who has competed in quite a few Extremely Runs during the last 11 years; Jacqui Furneaux, who travelled round Asia on her Enfield 500 motorcycle after her marriage broke down; Hezron Brown, who gained a Pleasure of Britain award in 2019 for his mentoring enterprise after spending his teen years homeless and in a Birmingham gang; Dave Corn, who injected pleasure into his life by studying to skateboard, skating throughout Australia and establishing a llama glamping resort; and Lucy Shepheard, who has explored the depths of the Amazon jungle.

Massive format, high-impact portraits of the journal topics, shot by photographer Chris Boulton and printed on the Acuity Prime, hung from the ceiling above the stage. 

As well as, top quality postcards printed on the Jet Press 750S, had been additionally produced for the occasion for friends to take house, and each the primary and second problems with the journal had been in the stores on the launch celebration. 

Commenting on the success of the occasion, Boulton stated:

“Thanks to everybody who attended. It was humbling and considerably emotional to have so many individuals flip as much as assist us.”

Rudd added:

“Now we have met so many sort, stunning individuals who have shared their life tales with us. Now we have laughed and cried, we’ve got listened and importantly, we’ve got learnt a lot. 
“With so many extra tales nonetheless to inform, the longer term for SoulKind is thrilling.”

Mark Stephenson, Product Supervisor of Digital Printing and Press Methods at Fujifilm, stated:

“It was a pleasure to attend this implausible, uplifting occasion. The Acuity Prime-printed portraits actually captured the resilience of the ‘souls’ featured within the journal.
“Fujifilm appears to be like ahead to supporting the SoulKind workforce in its future ventures.”

Kevin Jenner, European Advertising Supervisor at Fujifilm, added:

“It was a wonderful night with a fantastic trigger. The high-impact, massive format portraits printed with the Acuity Prime, in addition to the promotional materials produced with the Jet Press 750S, helped SoulKind to ship its highly effective message, leaving the viewers feeling uplifted and impressed.”

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