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Making Great Prints | From Set-up to Final Print with David Williams
May 5 - May 6Free
David will show you how simple it is to set up a current Epson professional series printer, straight-from-the-box, and how quickly you can proceed from set-up to creating quality prints on various beautiful papers.
Epson Printers using pigment inks have completely revolutionized how we make prints of superb quality and longevity. The ‘darkroom’ has become a ‘lightroom’.
In class, David will make a colour portrait, process it using minimal Photoshop – and output a beautiful print at the end of it. He will repeat the process and produce a lovely black & white.
For those of us who have been made timid by folks talking complexities, difficulties and adversities, let David demonstrate clearly – in front of you – how simple and rewarding it can be.
While every photographer can produce a good print through a lab on standard photographic paper, how many of us have been shown how to make texturally different highest-quality images for that point-of-difference discerning client?
Available Session Dates & Times:
Friday May 5, 2017 – 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Saturday May 6, 2017 – 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
YOU WILL LEARN
- Colour Management
- Soft proofing in Lightroom
- How to create beautiful prints
The Making Great Prints | From Set-up to Final Print with David Williams event is part of Vistek’s ongoing support of and commitment to the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
ABOUT DAVID WILLIAMS
David Williams is a Master of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (II), a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, a Master of the WPPI Honours system, and a recipient of the Accolade Lifetime Achievement Award from WPPI.
He has a history of over 30 years in State, National and International judging, in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Canada and the USA.
David also panel-chairs the ‘Premier Category’ for first-time entrants at WPPI to great acclaim from participants due to its total emphasis on education and helpful, positive feedback.
David has also lectured to professionals in Asia, New Zealand, Australia, UK, Ireland, Canada and the USA