Make sure you get the best quality from your digital files and prints, every time.
A Fine Art Workflow differs from high productivity workflows.
You should be able to choose either one, depending on your current needs.
A Fine Art Workflow maximizes quality. It doesn’t cut corners and delivers the ultimate precision and power.
A Fine Art Workflow is efficient. Some standardization can get you higher quality and give it to you faster.
A Fine Art Workflow is flexible. Learn how to create an optimum non-destructive file structure.
A Fine Art Workflow evolves. Know when to make changes in your routines and when not to.
Topics include ...
- Frame a Destination and Use a Preflight Checklist
- Make Global Changes Before Local Changes
- Adjust Color in This Order – Luminosity, Hue, Saturation
- Use Blend Modes for Precision
- Break Sharpening Into Three Stages – Input, Creative, Output
- Softproof and Proof Before Making Final Prints
All workflows are dynamic. They evolve as technolgy evolves and as your vision evolves. Learn today’s state of the art workflow and set a strong foundation for your future.
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