I have always considered a print to be the ultimate representation of photography. It provides unencumbered enjoyment of the work and the photographer’s commitment to a particular vision in print. It can be expensive for sure, but holding a print in hand and enjoying the tactile feeling of the paper is something else!
I have given many presentations on digital printing workflow and how to choose the most suitable substrate to commit your images. This summer, I will have two workshops that will take these presentations to a new level where the participants will actually prepare their works, select the substrate, and see their work in print. We will cover the work environment, how best to view prints, how to prepare your work for output, and touch the prints.
One of these workshops will be at the NECCC Conference in July 2017. See their site for more information and if you are attending, consider participating in the workshop.
There is one workshop in Providence on July 17, 2017, organized by the Providence Center for Photographic Arts. Registration is open and space is limited to 1o participants. For more information, visit their page.
I hope to see you at one of these workshops sponsored by Red River Paper.