BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ
Thursday, December 11, 2008
New Jersey Media Center LLC will host two separate full-day workshops, entitled Fine-Art Inkjet Printing: How to Prepare Files and Make Gallery-Quality Prints on Friday, January 9, 2009 and Saturday, January 10, 2009 from 10:00am-5:00pm. The workshops, held at Nancy Ori Studios in Berkeley Heights, NJ and conducted by photographer and consultant Andrew Darlow, are designed for professional and amateur photographers, as well as other artists.
The workshops, each limited to just five participants, will cover the following: an overview of pro-quality printers from Canon, Epson and HP; a description of more than 20 recommended inkjet papers (including glossy, fiber gloss, and watercolor); color management hardware and software options (including a demonstration of how to make custom monitor and printer profiles); and tips for optimizing workflow and print quality with specific papers and printers in Adobe Lightroom 2, Photoshop CS2/CS3/CS4, and other programs.
Selected prints output from Canon, Epson and HP printers will be demonstrated and discussed, and each attendee will have at least two prints made of their work on a pigment-based inkjet printer (13-inch-wide Epson and HP printers will be used). Participants will receive more than 30 letter-sized blank sheets of high-end inkjet papers for testing, and a class binder detailing the contents of the presentation, as well as the step-by-step print workflow covered in the workshop will be provided to each participant. Each attendee will also receive a 30 minute private phone follow-up consultation with Andrew Darlow.
Andrew Darlow notes, "I'm very pleased to have the opportunity to teach these workshops at New Jersey Media Center after having such great experiences at the previous ten full-day workshops that I've conducted there over the last six months. Working with each attendee to make prints of their inspiring work during the class has been a real joy"
A two-page PDF brochure with pricing and information can be found at www.imagingbuffet.com/workshops.
Nancy Ori Studio: (908) 790-8820 or
e-mail Nancy Ori at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Andrew Darlow:
Andrew Darlow: Andrew Darlow is photographer, writer and digital imaging consultant. He is the former Editorial Director of Digital Imaging Techniques Magazine, and the current editor of ImagingBuffet.com, an online imaging magazine and podcast. He has appeared on WOR Radio (NYC) and Inside Digital Photography TV, and his work has been featured in numerous magazines and websites, including Photo District News, PDN Gear Guide, Popular Photography, Rangefinder, Studio Photography and iMagazine (Japan).
Over the past 15 years, he has taught thousands how to improve their photography, workflow and digital print output at conferences, industry events, and educational institutions, including the PDN PhotoPlus Expo, PhotoImaging & Design Expo, the Arles Photo Festival (Arles, France), the School of Visual Arts, Columbia University, and the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York.
His book, 301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques: An Essential Printing Resource for Photographers, (Course Technology PTR), is a resource that covers many aspects of digital printmaking, and includes the imagery and advice of over 20 photographers and other artists. He also publishes the Inkjet & Imaging Tips Newsletter, available free to subscribers at www.imagingbuffet.com.
About the Book: 301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques
"301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques," is a comprehensive, how-to guide to high-quality digital output that shows photographers of all levels how to make high-quality prints through detailed instructions and hundreds of full-color examples from more than 20 professional photographers and other artists. The book was recently chosen as the winner in the 'Photography: Instructional/How-To' category of The National Best Books 2008 Awards, sponsored by USA Book News.
Published by: Course Technology PTR 528 pages, 7.4x9 inches (Paperback)
Director, NJ Media Center LLC
908) 790-8820 email@example.com