PRODUCING ART PRINTS FOR EXHIBITION
Art and competition submissions are a part of our industry and this workshop takes you on a walk through the process of planning a photo to printing and mounting correctly for the best possible outcome
Our Producing Art Prints for Exhibition workshop is aimed at teaching you the final steps in achieving printed images for exhibition and awards entry that will display beautifully and attract the best possible reaction from the viewer.
Printing is the final step in the production of any art piece and it's importance is often underestimated.
With so many factors affecting the final outcome, we will show you how to select the best printing process, paper stocks and mounting techniques to make your images stand out from the rest. We will discuss print density and how to make adjustments to ensure that your prints look their best under judging and exhibition lighting situations.
This workshop is for any photographer who is considering entering the world of photographic print competitions, or planning to produce their own installation or exhibition of works. Photographers who regularly produce printed work for clients would also benefit from the handy tips and techniques taught here by our very experienced national and international award winning photographers.
- Key Topics
- - Printer callibration and colour correction, and ICC profiles
- - Selecting the best kind of printer
- - Selection of fine art paper stocks to bring out the best in your images
- -Colour verse black and white printing
- - Creative and alternative print processes
- - Print Density and making adjustments for judging and lighting conditions
- - Mounting requirements and techniques
Requirements on the day:- We will require you to bring two sample files for printing on the day - one black and white, one colour
- BYO laptop
- A pen and pad is suggested but not required
- Please also note that trains and buses do NOT run to this location
Producing Art Prints For Exhibition course will be run in studio on Brisbane's north side opposite Lake Kurwongbah.63 Torrens Road
Follow to the top end of the driveway and park in the designated parking area. The workshop will take place in the lower studio signed "Studio Two"
For everyone completing a course with us there will be a FREE bonus component which will include a Brisbane City night photography session with Stephen Jones
Stephen is one of the most experienced and highly credentialed photographers in Australia. Having attained his status as a Grand Master of Photography with the AIPP, as well as a slew of state and national titles, there is very little in the photography industry that Stephen can’t do
$AUD295.00Payment Plans Available
- 3 hours
- 2 completed prints
- 8 per course
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