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Perfecting Your Digital Printmaking
November 7 - November 10, 2011

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Making an image with your camera is only the beginning of the creative photographic process. Whether captured digitally or on film, the next crucial step is figuring out what to do with the image. Today you have two primary choices: share it digitally or, for a more practical artistic solution, make it a fine art print.

Creating gratifying and predictable print results with today’s printers involves more than just pressing the print button. This workshop covers the fundamentals of image manipulation, RAW conversion, localized adjustments in Photoshop, proper color to black-and-white conversions, monitor calibration, printer profiles, print driver settings, and soft-proofing. Jay offers valuable insight into color and black-and-white printing workflows, which are constantly changing due to the advances of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. A broad-ranging discussion reviews choosing a digital printer, and selecting the most advantageous digital paper for your fine art print. A critique of student’s work is also included.

Whether you are new to making photographic prints, or have been producing your prints at home or in your studio, it's never too early or too late to learn about proper color management, profiling, and black-and-white printing techniques.

© Jay Seldin
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