The Fine Art Black and White Digital Print
Weekend Workshop at ICP in NYC
Saturday/Sunday, May 10-11, 2014 – 10am to 5pm
Forget “convert to grayscale.” This weekend workshop covers almost everything students want to know about black-and-white. Hands-on. From how to make gallery-quality inkjet prints to the “best” black-and-white conversion techniques – this course covers it all. Step-by-step demonstrations and practice time in the digital lab help participants understand how to do great black-and-white “darkroom” work digitally, and how to “think” in black-and-white! Students complete the course with a new understanding of how to create, process, print, and present their work in black-and-white, how to direct the viewer’s attention, and why understanding color management and image resolution are critical for consistent, repeatable results. Participants learn which inkjet printer/paper combinations rival (or exceed) traditional darkroom prints, and take home an virtual arsenal of Photoshop techniques to bring their black-and-white to the next level.
Intermediate to Advanced. Participants should be comfortable with Photoshop Layers & Masks, and at home with Mac OS computers.
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