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Nov 6, 2008

On The Road to Atlanta

We’re getting the band back together and hitting the road again. The Epson Print Academy is going to Atlanta this Saturday, November 8th at the Renaissance Atlanta Hotel Downtown.

Featuring Andrew Rodney (The Digital Dog), Jeff Schewe, Greg Gorman, Mac Holbert and John Paul Caponigro, the new Epson Print Academy is headed to Atlanta for the first of a 15 city tour. We’re dragging along one of the new Epson Stylus® Pro 7900 printers with UltraChrome® HDR inks and we’ll be teaching how to get the most out of that, or any fine art ink jet printer. In fact, attendees are registered to win one of the 7900 printers (given out next June) or a change to win one of 15 4880 printers (one will be given away at each venue). For more information, check out the web site at Epson Print Academy.

TRACK TWO Curriculum:
Designed Exclusively for Working Professionals: How to Optimize A Professional Workflow to Take Full Advantage of Epson Ultrachrome HDR Ink Technology Renowned Industry Experts Such as:
DISCUSS AND DEMONSTRATE:
Optimizing a Professional Color Managed Workflow
  • Science of Color Management
  • Calibration, Characterization
  • Advanced Custom Profiling
  • Color Spaces, Gamut, Bit Depth and L*a*b
  • Advanced Driver Settings
Maximizing Raw File Quality and Increasing Productivity
  • Advanced Photoshop CS4 Camera Raw 5 Settings
  • In-Depth Understanding of the Lightroom 2 Develop Module
  • Non-Destructive Workflow
  • Smart Objects
  • Working and Printing in 16 bit
  • Editing in Photoshop CS4 with Lightroom 2 Managed Files
  • Printing From Lightroom 2 with Files Edited in Photoshop CS4
Expert Level Fine-Art Printing
  • Developing a Strategy for Image Enhancement
  • Creating a Sense of Dimensionality
  • Working With an Exit Strategy
  • Drawing with Light
  • Mastering Selections
  • Gradient, Contour and Luminous Masking
  • Managing Midtone Contrast
  • New Techniques with Photoshop CS4
  • Advanced Burning and Dodging
  • Evaluating and Employing Advanced Black and White Conversion Methods
  • Working With Microporous and Cotton Fiber Media
  • Printing to an Epson Stylus Pro 7900 with Ultrachrome HDR Ink
SPECIAL VIDEO SEGMENTS:
Michael Reichmann of The Luminous Landscape shares withJeff Schewe how he handles, mounts and frames his fine art prints at his gallery in Toronto. Michael then interviews Henry Wilhelm of Wilhelm Imaging Research about papers, inks and print permanence.   

Jeff Schewe Interviews Mark Radogna, Group Product Manager Responsible for Epson Stylus Pro Printers and Jeff Smith Product Manager for Epson Professional Media.

The price of the Track II event is $149.95 (be sure to click on the pro discount when registering). Price includes lunch. Program to run from 9:30AM-5:PM (or so, we tend to talk a bit long’ish).

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