The Fine Art of Printing a Photograph –
- Date: Wednesday, November 7, 2018
- Time: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
- Location: The Photographers Guild, 212 W Washington, Goshen
- Cost: Free for Guild members, $25 for non-members
- Registration Deadline: You must pre-register by Monday November 5th, class limited to 15 – first come, first served.
- Click here to Register…
- Instructor: Danny Graber
- You must be in control of all your steps in the printing process
- How the monitor or screen you are using impacts your final print
- What kind of monitor is suitable – brand name, color spectrum coverage, etc.
- Calibrating your monitor for correct color tones and brightness
- Which brand and type of printer should I use – all-in-one for home use, dedicated photo printers, etc.
- Printer ink types
- How, and under what lighting source should one use, to evaluate your print once it is off the printer
- How long do I need to let a print dry before putting it under glass
- How to prepare your print on your monitor (using Photoshop, Lightroom or any other post processing software)
- The heart of this class – a handout: A detailed, step-by-step, written procedure for establishing the correct black tones, midtones, and white tones for your color or black & white prints.
Also included as quick side notes, but not demonstrated in detail:
- Setting your camera color settings
- Setting your camera image size and image quality (getting your maximum resolution)
- Why shooting in anything other than raw for your fine art prints will cheat the final outcome of your fine art print once printed on paper