Perfect your prints using the latest photoshop techniques, epson printers, and papers.
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Fine Art Workflow – Capture to Print is focused on providing a sophisticated tour of the digital imaging process, a recommended workflow, and a variety of techniques and tools to help you improve your digital files and prints. Expand your creative process while shooting along the beautiful coast of Maine, and perfect your prints using the latest Photoshop techniques, Epson printers, and papers.
Included activities and topics
- Shooting Sessions in Midcoast Maine
- Creativity Exercises
- Color Management
- Fine Art Workflow
- RAW Conversion
- Smart Objects
- Substrate Surveys
- Integrating Lightroom, Camera RAW, and Photoshop
- Color Adjustment
- Selection and Masking
- Resolution and Resampling
- Noise Reduction
- Sharpening Workflow – Input, Creative, Output
- Navigating the printer driver
- Evaluating prints and materials
- Print Finishing, Handling and Storage
Get Feedback On Your Work!
Seeing photographically is what this week is all about, join Jim as you learn how to create strong compositions within the camera. We will also look at how software and editing can improve your capture. During this week we will discuss the visual, intellectual and intuitive elements, which go into creating a photograph. This course is open to anyone looking for new ways to see – from the novice to the seasoned pro. Each day we will explore different aspects of your photographic vision
All image credit ©Jim Graham
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Instructor: Jim Graham
Jim Graham is a consummate photographer. He honed his craft as a documentary photographer working at The News Journal Papers and freelancing with USA Today, The Associated Press and Bloomberg News. Today, he has evolved those skills and works as a corporate photojournalist with a designers eye. He shoots corporate profiles, working portraits, customer stories, and special projects worldwide. Jim works in the client's environment, fly-on-the-wall, many times without lighting or crew. He is versatile, shoots for the full frame, and travels light. His work has won many awards. Jim was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, won the prestigious Southern Photographer of the Year award. Jim's editorial work has appeared in Town & Country Magazine, Vanity Fair, Wine Spectator, Sports Illustrated, Time and Newsweek Magazines as well as being featured in Communication Arts, PDN, Shutterbug, Rangefinder and Aftercapture Magazines. He is a contributing photographer to Redux Pictures.