This workshop is designed around seeing and understanding what a fine digital print it. It will take students through a process for redefining their workflow and vision of the print.

Students work on correct image capture, RAW conversion and file prep in Adobe Lightroom, and the tools within Photoshop to enable them to create prints that are truly fine photographic digital prints.

This class is for intermediate through advanced. Student should bring prints and an assortment of files to work on throughout the week. Some new work will be made during with workshops depending on the weather.


Bob Korn

Bob Korn, owner of Bob Korn Imaging, is a master photographic and digital printmaker.  Over the past thirty years, he has adapted to the constant change of techniques and technology while developing an eye which can see color like no other.  Bob’s prints can be found in every major collection throughout the world, including the Getty, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Smithsonian.  With work shown in such varied and illustrious museums, he truly is a highly prolific artist.

Bob’s reputation for producing unparalleled color prints has generated a clientele of many of the world’s best photographers.  The commitment to quality and client-printer collaboration is what sets Bob and his work apart and has enabled him to work with the likes of Joel Meyerowitz, Gregory Heisler, Richard Avedon, Jay Maisel and numerous others.

Importance of collaboration is also a vital aspect of the printmaking instruction Bob provides. A former teacher at SUNY-Buffalo, New England School of Photography, Maine Media Workshops, Santa Fe Workshops, and Center for Digital Imaging at Boston University, Bob continues to demonstrate his craft as the director and founder of The Workshops @ Bob Korn Imaging.

© Bob Korn

Course Dates

Oct 25 to Oct 31




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