04 May 2020
Eric Joseph presents 'The Perfect Print & Why Paper Matters
Discover the MasterClass of Eric Joseph at the Palm springs Photo Festival
The Perfect Print & Why Paper Matters
More photographs are being taken today over any period in our history, yet less images are being printed. Why? Image printing can be a scary and complicated topic for many, but understanding how to print perfectly, the first time and every time, can take your photography to a whole other level.
Eric Joseph, Master of the Perfect Print Guarantee, will show you what you need to know in order to successfully print on inkjet paper, and how the paper influences the image. Participants will see, touch and feel over 200 inkjet papers from 8 different manufacturers and gain keen insight into the technical aspects, myths, and mysteries of digital printing through both lecture and interactive participation. Using a simple 5-step method, you will learn how to turn ordinary images into extraordinary prints!
“We can truly have a personal bond and relationship with inkjet papers the same way we had with traditional darkroom papers.”
This is not a Photoshop or Lightroom class, and focuses on printer selection, color management, and paper choices. The focus of this seminar is to empower participants with knowledge to produce the Perfect Print…Every Time!
Confused about the myriad of paper choices available to print your work on?
Lecturer and educator Eric Joseph will discuss the technical points and aesthetic differences of every inkjet paper available from the following brands: Arista-II, Awagami, Canson, Epson, Hahnemühle, Ilford, Innova, Moab and Museo. Participants will gain keen insight into the technical aspects, myths and mysteries of digital printing through both lecture and interactive participation. Any and all questions are welcome. Learn how to turn ordinary images into extraordinary prints.
The focus of this seminar is to empower participants with knowledge of the wide variety of inkjet media that is available and how important The Print really is.