June 11, 2007
Fine Art Photography and Digital Printing Workshops coming to a City Near You
The Nikonians Academy staff is providing Nikonians across the U.S. with the chance to learn fine art photography and professional digital printing from one of the masters.
Darryll Schiff will lead the two-day Fine Art Photography and one-day Professional Digital Printing workshops in the Chicago area on June 22, New York area on July 27, San Francisco area on September 7, Los Angeles area on September 28, and in the Atlanta area on November 4.
Darryll is a fine art photographer with work appearing in collections of MOMA New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, George Eastman House, Norton Simon Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
The Fine Art Photography workshop will help you go beyond the basics by showing you how to create more dynamic and beautiful photographs.
Besides some key technical aspects of your camera and lens, the workshop will cover the artistic elements that go into making a photograph. The quality of light, element of time, point of view and photographic design and composition. All with respect to your personal style and subject matter.
Experimentation, new ideas and techniques are encouraged to stretch your image making and imagination. The workshop includes photo participtaion by attendees, who are asked to bring:
- Digital memory card
- Fully charged batteries and spares
- Laptop computer (not mandatory, but recommended)
- CF card reader or USB cable
- Sack lunch or money for food
- Pencil or Pen
- Your own images/prints for a portfolio review
The Professional Digital Printing workshop covers:
- Paper types
- Monitor choices
- Printer choices
- RIPs (Raster Image Processors)
- Photoshop usage
- Soft Proofing
- Nikon Capture NX usage
- Digital imaging process (from start to finish)
- Recommended workflow
- Color management
- Adobe RGB vs. sRGB
- RAW conversion
- Resampling (uprezzing, downrezzing)
- Color correction
Check our Nikonians Academy North America Workshops 2007 schedule for dates, locations and registration information.
Posted by flashdeadline at June 11, 2007 12:44 PM