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Lightroom, Color Management and Fine-Art Inkjet Printing Private Workshops Saturday, 7/21/2012

Andrew Darlow

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Ticket Type Remaining Price Fee Quantity
Session 1A -Using the Epson 3880 w/ Andrew Darlow- (9:30am-11:30pm)   more info 1 Ticket $247.00 $0.00
Session 1B -Using the Epson 9900 w/ Jim Roselli- (9:30am-11:30pm)   more info 1 Ticket $247.00 $0.00
Session 2A -Using the Epson 3880 w/ Andrew Darlow - Session 1 (12:00noon-2:00pm)   more info 1 Ticket $247.00 $0.00
Session 2B -Using the Epson 9900 w/ Jim Roselli - Session 1 (12:00noon-2:00pm)   more info 1 Ticket $247.00 $0.00
Session 3A -Using the Epson 3880 w/ Andrew Darlow- (3:00pm-5:00pm)   more info 1 Ticket $247.00 $0.00
Session 3B -Using the Epson 9900 w/ Jim Roselli- (3:00pm-5:00pm)   more info 1 Ticket $247.00 $0.00
Register For Two Sessions & Save $30-Must be Reserved via Phone
Register for two sessions (any two time slots) and save $30 - Please contact Andrew Darlow at 732-742-0123 or ad (at) andrewdarlow.com) to reserve your space and for payment info.
1 Ticket $464.00 $0.00

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PRIVATE ONE-ON-ONE CONSULTING SESSIONS IN HILLSBOROUGH, NJ

CHOOSE FROM THREE SEMI-PRIVATE SESSIONS BELOW (OR SAVE $30 WHEN YOU REGISTER FOR ANY TWO)

Session 1a: 9:30am-11:30am w/ Andrew Darlow 

Session 1b: 9:30am-11:30am w/ Jim Roselli

Session 2a: 12:00-2:00pm w/ Andrew Darlow

Session 2b12:00-2:00pm w/ Jim Roselli

Session 3a: 3:00-5:00pm w/ Andrew Darlow
Session 3b: 3:00-5:00pm w/ Jim Roselli 

 

(All sessions are identical and each session is limited to just one participant, or a participant and spouse/business partner)

Andrew Darlow (right) with three attendees from a recent (and very similar) three hour semi-private workshop at Xact Studios. A selection of prints made by the participants are displayed on the table. SoLux lamps and bulbs with a range of color temperatures can be seen above the table. They are used during workshops to illuminate the prints and to show the visual differences one may encounter when displaying art in galleries, homes and other locations.


In this two hour one-on-one session, you will have two hours to work with Andrew Darlow or Jim Roselli on color management workflow, Lightroom techniques and fine-art printmaking.

Andrew Darlow will have a 17-inch-wide Epson Stylus Pro 3800 and Jim Roselli will be using a 44-inch-wide Epson Stylus Pro 9900 printer during the consultation. Choose Andrew Darlow's session to work with the Epson 3880, and Jim Roselli's session to work with him and the Epson 9900.

Either Photoshop CS5/CS6 and/or Adobe Lightroom 4 may be chosen by each participant to be used during the proofing, layout and printing process.

Each attendee will also receive a printed handout as well as at least two prints of their work printed on the Epson 3880 or Epson 9900 printer. 

Attendees will select from a group of semi-gloss, fiber semi-gloss and matte/watercolor papers and may choose a final prints from the list below (#1-4). Proof prints may be made for each participant prior to making the final prints.

1. Three 8.5x11 and two 13x19 prints.
2. Two 13x19 prints and one 17x22 print.

3. Two 17x22 prints.

Papers available will include the following:

Available for 24x30 prints: Epson Premium Luster and Ilford Galerie Gold Fibre Silk

Available for sizes up to 17x22: Epson Velvet Fine Art Paper; Ilford Galerie Gold Fibre Silk; Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl; Inkpress Baryta Warmtone 290; Epson Premium Luster; Inkpress Rag Warmtone 300 and Hahnemuhle Museum Etching.

In addition, many papers from Epson, Ilford, Innova, Moab, PremierArt, Red River, and other companies will be available in 8.5x11 inch size for the workshop.

Fine Art Workshop

One section of Xact Studios with an Epson Stylus Pro 9900, i1-iSis Spectrophotometer, Apple Mac Pro, 30" Apple Cinema Display, Wacom Cintiq and the X-Rite Judge II-S Viewing Booth, capable of simulating daylight, cool-white fluorescent, incandescent and UV (great for checking whether papers contain optical brighters).


An Apple Mac Pro and 30" Apple Cinema Display will be used for retouching and printing to the Epson Stylus Pro 9900 and Epson Stylus Pro 3800, and a Windows machine will be connected to the Epson Styus Color R2880 for those who wish to see a workflow using Photoshop CS4 for Windows and the Windows Vista driver.

Gallery-quality SoLux lighting will be used in many ways to help attendees see the many differences that can be seen with different color temperature bulbs, bulb distance and intensity (wattage), beam spreads and the effects of mixed lighting or multiple fixtures.

Session 1,2 or 3 Fee: $197 (plus $100 materials fee)- Register above via credit card (a PayPal account is not required)

Register for any two sessions and save $30- Total: $464

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Comments from a recent attendee (pictured third from the left in the photograph at the top of the page):

"Thanks Andrew! The workshop was fantastic. I think your teaching skills, as well as your knowledge, are truly remarkable. To compliment that, in a setting like Xact Studios, a workshop becomes an incredible event. I'd recommend the workshop to those who want to uplift their printing skills as well as their knowledge of Photoshop and color management."

-Ed Livernoche, Professional Photographer

Comments from two recent workshop attendees (pictured left in the photograph at the top of the page):

"Our goal was to learn to print better than we currently could and our goals were more than met. Mary had little experience while I could print fairly well. Andrew's presentations were clear, concise and free of "jargon" that you sometime run into at workshops.

He answered all questions in a way that was clearly understood and made sure that you did understand. The hands-on portion was well done and we both came away with a knowledge that we would be able to greatly improve our printing ability. We highly recommend his programs!"

-Tom and Mary Keifer

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Requirements

All three of the above sessions are designed for advanced amateur and professional photographers. Some experience using inkjet printers is required. A working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom or Apple Aperture is recommended.

copyright Andrew Darlow

photograph © Andrew Darlow

About Andrew Darlow

Andrew Darlow PortraitAndrew Darlow is a photographer and consultant based in the New York City area. For over 15 years, he has consulted on the topics of digital photography, digital output, and color management. He has written and edited numerous articles and reviews on the topics of digital and fine art photography, color management, inkjet printing, and Photoshop techniques, and his work has been included in many photography publications, web sites, and books.

He has lectured and conducted seminars and workshops around the world at conferences and for photography organizations and schools, including the Arles Photo Festival, Columbia University, and the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York. His work has been widely exhibited and his prints are held in numerous private collections.

301 Inkjet Tips


His book, "301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques: An Essential Printing Resource for Photographers," covers tips and techniques for prepping, printing and displaying prints made using inkjet printers. The book was recently chosen as the winner in the “Photography: Instructional/How-To” category of The National Best Books 2008 Awards, sponsored by USA Book News.



About Jim Roselli


Jim Roselli...



Parking/Travel Information

Free parking lot is conveniently located just in front of Xact Studios. Complete directions and contact information will be sent to attendees.

Payment/Cancellation Terms

Payment is due in full prior to the workshop via this website's ordering system or via personal/company check. Contact Andrew Darlow at 732-742-0123 or via e-mail at "ad (at) andrewdarlow.com" for offline payment options.

A 50% refund is given for cancellations by attendees more than 48 hours before the workshop. No refunds are given if cancelled by attendees within 48 hours of the workshop.

Related Information

To make best use of the time, attendees will be asked to bring their own lunch (water and other beverages will be provided).

For information about other workshops by Andrew Darlow, visit the workshop page on imagingbuffet.com or call Andrew at 732-742-0123.To learn more about and to download free excerpts from Andrew Darlow's book. "301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques," visit InkjetTips.com.


Have questions about Lightroom, Color Management and Fine-Art Inkjet Printing Private Workshops Saturday, 7/21/2012? Contact Andrew Darlow

Organizer

Andrew Darlow

Andrew Darlow is a photographer, author and digital imaging consultant. He is the former Editorial Director of Digital Imaging Techniques Magazine, and the current editor of ImagingBuffet.com, an online imaging magazine. His photography and how-to articles on topics from marketing to fine-art printing have been featured in numerous magazines and websites, including Photo District News, PDN Gear Guide, Popular Photography, Rangefinder, and Studio Photography magazine. For more than 20 years he has taught thousands how to improve their photography, workflow and digital print output at conferences, industry events, and educational institutions, including the PDN PhotoPlus Expo, WPPI Las Vegas, the Arles Photo Festival (Arles, France), Columbia University, and the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York. He regularly exhibits his work and his prints are held in many private collections.

His book, 301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques: An Essential Printing Resource for Photographers, (Course Technology PTR), is a resource that covers many aspects of digital printmaking, and includes the imagery and advice of over 20 photographers and other artists. He also publishes the Inkjet & Imaging Tips Newsletter, available free to subscribers. http://www.imagingbuffet.com. He is also author of Pet Photography 101:Tips for Taking Better Photos of Your Dog or Cat - http://www.PhotoPetTips.com.

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