Fine Art Digital Printing
Realize Your Images
–Learn by doing.
Explore media hands-on.
Establish an easy and practical workflow.
Start where you are and improve with practice.
Ask a master to help you make your prints.
Unlike most workshops, this event is in our working studio and gallery.
Class sizes are small; instruction and feedback are personal.
You’ll experience the thrill of making your images real and breathing new life into them.
You’ll learn what you need to do to get great prints, without getting too technical.
You’ll quickly implement color management for a better screen to print match.
You’ll easily master the essence of Raw processing.
You’ll use the latest Epson printers to explore a variety of papers.
Choosing Inks and Papers
Practical Color Management
Classic Raw Processing
Easy Color Adjustment
Basic Black & White
Simple Dodging & Burning
Quick Noise Reduction
Sharpening Short & Sweet
Fluidly Moving Between Lightroom & Photoshop
Professional Print Finishing
There are lots of reviews in this workshop!
Reviews of your images take place while you print to guide you towards make even better prints.
You want to acquire a rock-solid foundation and the confidence that you’re getting good results.
You want to learn and make printing a habit by doing it a lot.
This workshop is so hands-on and small in size that it doesn’t matter whether you’ve never printed before or you’ve done it a lot.
It’s a great way to follow up on a field workshop.
It’s the best way to prepare for Fine Art Digital Printing Intermediate or B&W Mastery.
Become A Part Of Our Community
.When you take a workshop you become a part of a community.
You discover how much you have to learn from others – and how important that is.
You also discover how much you have to give to others – and how good that feels.
You’ll want to stay in touch with your fellow participants.
View Original Masterworks
One of the best ways to learn how to make better prints is to look at great prints.
During my workshops, you’ll see original masterworks from the history of photography.
Ansel Adams, Wynn Bullock, Paul Caponigro, Linda Connor, Kurt Markus, Arnold Newman, Olivia Parker, Chris Rainier, Joyce Tenneson, George Tice, Jerry Uelsmann, Brett Weston, Minor White, Huntington Witherill, and many more.