Basics of Digital Printing

Live Online Course
3 hours of content

Limited to 25 participants

 

August 14, 2021
1:00-4:00 PM Pacific Time

Cost $50

For a lot of photographers, making good prints of their work can be a challenge. Prints are too dark, too light, too crunchy. Or are you a photographer who looks at the print dialog box and thinks it is a maze of confusion? In this three-hour workshop, we cover the basics of getting a good print. Anyone who has prints of their photographs knows that there is nothing better than seeing your work up the wall. Being able to stand back and admire the image is one of the greatest aspects of photography.

This live online workshop is all about getting the most out of your images to make the best prints possible. to learn some of the basics of printing or how to prepare your files for outsourced printing.

Topics will include:

    • Quick overview of Color Management
    • Basic editing in Lightroom and Camera RAW
    • Sharpening
    • Discussion of printers and purchasing printers and ink
    • Review of papers
    • Basic settings for a good print
    • Participant Q&A session

Daniel Gregory

Instructor

In addition to running a studio and working as a full-time photographer and photo educator, I am also a core faculty member of the Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle where I teach classes on Fine-art Printing, Color Theory and concepts, Lightroom, Photoshop and various analog photography topics.

You can also find me hosting my weekly podcast called The Perceptive Photographer which focuses on the challenges and day-to-day aspects of living as a photographer. I am also certified in both Adobe® Lightroom and Photoshop.

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