Saturday, May 4, from 9am-4pm
Eiben Hall Room 110, Chaminade University
Instructor: David Ulrich
Digital cameras are used today for many reasons and images can be seen and shared in two distinctly different ways: on screen and in print. How does the workflow differ for screen display for websites, email sharing, and social media compared to printing an image? For many photographers, making the fine, digital print for exhibition or sharing is the ultimate goal.
This workshop covers the equipment, workflow, and technical needs for making images to be printed on high-quality, digital fine art printers. Areas explored are:
File size and resolution
Tonal and color correction in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop
Retouching and sharpening
Color management and color profiles
Paper and printer types and choices
Preparation of files for print
Printer use and printing
Participants should bring 2-3 full-resolution camera files for printing. Everyone leaves with at least one, 13X19 high-quality print.
Note: This is a collaborative workshop with the Honolulu Garden Club. Enrollment is limited to members of the Garden Club or permission from the instructor.
David Ulrich is a core faculty member and creative director for Pacific New Media. He is an active photographer and writer whose work has been published in numerous books and journals. Ulrich`s photographs have been exhibited internationally in over 75 exhibitions. He is the author of The Widening Stream: the Seven Stages of Creativity and the Zen Camera: Creative Awakening with a Daily Practice in Photography. www.creativeguide.com