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Tim Jones

Introduction to Printing for Photographers

Introduction to printing 

for Photographers. 

The print is the perfect conclusion in the image making process. For a photographer, there is huge satisfaction in personally crafting their own beautiful print on fine art paper, rather than letting it languish on a hard drive or giving it to someone else to print for them.

There is a cost involved in printing and some are deterred because they feel printing is a complex process which is difficult to learn. This is not the case and for this reason we have the Fotospeed Academy.

The course will include:

  1. Setting up the camera for print 
  2. Should you work in jpeg, raw or tiff? 
  3. Basic colour management 
  4. How to calibrate your screen 
  5. What are paper profiles and how do you install them? 
  6. Printing a colour chart for profiling 
  7. Basic soft proofing techniques 
  8. Basic sharpening techniques 
  9. How big can I print from my camera? 
  10. Understanding the print dialogue box 
  11. My prints are too dark, what has gone wrong? 
  12. Understanding papers 
  13. Print session

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Introduction to Printing for Photographers 08/09/20 Introduction to Printing for Photographers 08/09/20
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Introduction to Printing for Photographers 10/11/20 Introduction to Printing for Photographers 10/11/20
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