Digital printing technology is now within the grasp of every photographer. In most aspects, digital prints now exceed what was previously possible using traditional processes. Indeed, the vast majority of prints exhibited and sold today are produced digitally. The array of creative options available is almost overwhelming: from a variety of giclee' and chromogenic printing methods, to a plethora of paper offerings and substrate options, each not only providing choices but also requiring unique considerations and skills.
In this eBook, Guy reviews the complete process of making fine-art prints, explaining both creative and technical aspects including sizing, sharpening, optimizing resolution, handling color conversion and gamut issues, and much more.
The book provides detailed examples using both Adobe Photoshop (CS5) and Lightroom (Version 3), including ways of overcoming some of the limitations of Lightroom, making it a more versatile tool. Covered are techniques for both utilizing your own printer, as well as preparing files for outsourced printing.
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File size: 20.5MB
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