Are you finding it a challenge to produce digital prints that match what you view on your computer screen? Do you want to start creating your own prints for your portfolio or exhibitions? Are you unsure of what makes a beautiful print or which paper is best to use for your project? This one day intro class guides you into the methods and techniques used when making a fine art digital print. We will discuss hardware and software control, device calibration, color space, and begin to explore a basic curves workflow. This workshop will be followed by a two day advanced workshop on June 4-5. You can select both workshops as a three day workshop at a reduced rate.
About Laura Steele
Laura Steele teaches digital imaging techniques in the photography program at Bard College in Annandale, NY. She was a guest lecturer in photography at Yale in 2011 and works as assistant and studio manager to Stephen Shore. To find out more about Laura visit www.steelelaura.com.
June 3 | 9 am – 5 pm
Tuition: $220 / CPW members: $190 (includes $20 non-refundable registration fee)
Materials fee: $30 (included in price below)