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Tuesday, April 18: 10am-5pm

Workshop Fee*: $95

Application Deadline: April 15

Only 20 spots are available.

We anticipate this workshop filling fast, so do not hesitate to make an application as soon as possible.

*Includes lunch and admission into Photo Independent Art Fair.

Making Inkjet Printing Fun Again!

This seminar is guaranteed to contribute to your success as a digital printmaker! The class is lead by industry expert Eric Joseph, Senior Vice President of Freestyle Photographic Supplies.

Eric will unveil the myths and mysteries of inkjet paper, color management and digital inkjet printing using Canon imagePrograf printers. This is not just a technical class touching on dry topics and marketing speak. It is a truely indepth personal offering of those issues that can only be shared in a classroom environment from someone who has devoted their life and professional career to improving those around him. The class is tailored to YOU and your needs.

This full-day intensive workshop will be centered around helping you control the digital printing process and make the right decisions for you as an artist with topics including:

  1. Inkjet paper and how to choose a paper that is right for you.
  2. Color Management, simply explained and demonstrated to allow you to achieve reliable, consistent, controllable and repeatable results.
  3. File preparation using Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom and full demonstration of printing on Canon imagePrograf Pro-1000 and Pro-2000 printers using Canon Print Studio Pro printing software.

Eric Joseph is a photographer and Senior Vice President of Business and Product Development at Freestyle Photographic Supplies. Eric graduated from California State University, Northridge in 1985 with a B.A. in Art, Specializing in Photography. He began his career at Freestyle Photographic Supplies in 1986, where he worked his way up to his current Sr. V.P. position.

Eric travels across the United States leading a seminar entitled, “The World of Inkjet Paper…The Print Matters!” as well as workshops on Color Management and Professional Digital Inkjet Printmaking.

Speaking at colleges, universities, commercial labs, photo clubs, art centers and professional photographic organizations, Eric teaches digital printmaking with an emphasis on empirical knowledge allowing folks to make informed decisions about their digital output and how to obtain consistent, reliable, repeatable and controllable results.

Attendees should bring a thumb drive or hard drive with a few images prepared for printing i.e. sized to at least 8.5×11 inches, 300 dpi, RGB, TIF or JPG format.

Each participant will receive two prints of one image on two different papers.

Limit 20 spaces.

Lunch is included.

Photographs of The Workshop