Canon Printing Workshop: Sept 23rd

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Why don’t my prints look like the images on my computer?

Should I be using 8 bit, 16 bit or 32 bit to print?

Should I convert my images to JPG or TIFF prior to printing or leave them as a PSD?

What Color Space should I use?  Adobe RGB, ProPhotoRGB, sRGB, AppleRGB?

Who handles color management?  Photoshop, Printer, No Management

Do I need to flatten my image layers in Photoshop before printing?

What software gets the best results?  Photoshop, Lightroom, etc?

 

If you don’t know these answers to these questions, our upcoming seminar is for you!

LAPC/Canon Printing Workshop

Those of you who came to the Linn Area Photo Club Photography Workshop this year with Tyler Stableford had an opportunity to meet Kelly Anderson with Canon.  Kelly came to the event to provide participants with large format prints as an added benefit to this year’s workshop participants.  While we had Kelly at the event we asked if she  would come back to do one day “Printing Workshop” for LAPC members and workshop participants.    Kelly agreed and stated that she would try to fit it into her schedule for this year.
Well, Kelly is coming Saturday, September 23rd!!!!!    She and another printing expert from Canon USA are coming and bringing with them two Canon Pro 1000’s.
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LAPC/Canon Printing Workshop schedule:
Two, four hour sessions:   30 people in the morning session and 30 people in the afternoon session.  (Both sessions will provide the same learning experience so don’t worry about missing out on anything if you attend either session.)
  • Morning Session        (8am to Noon)
– 2 to 2.5 hour seminar
– 1.5 to 2 hours hands-on printing:  Working with the two Canon Reps, participants can print one and maybe two of their images to take home that day (depending upon time and resources….. 17″ X 22″ or 13″ X 19″.)
  • Afternoon Session     (12:30 pm to 4:30 pm)
– 2 to 2.5 hour seminar
– 1.5 to 2 hours hands-on printing:  Working with the two Canon Reps, participants can print one and maybe two of their images to take home that day (depending upon time and resources….. 17″ X 22″ or 13″ X 19″.)
Cost:

There will be a $20 fee to register and reserve your spot for this exciting learning experience.   This fee will be used to cover facility costs and drinks/snacks that will be provided during the event.

  •  Some of you pre-registered on Sunday for the event, all you need to do is send in a check to confirm your spot!
  • If you missed Sunday’s meeting, send a check to reserve your spot.  Include a note to indicate that you prefer Session 1 (morning) or Session 2 (afternoon).

Linn Area Photo Club
P.O. Box 225
Marion, IA 52302

On August 1st, if there are any spots still available that the Club members have not filled,  we will send an email to all the 2017 LAPC Photography Workshop participants inviting them to join us…. so reserve your spot soon.

 

LAPC Executive Committee

 

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