Please Note: In-Person Class Schedules are Subject to Change Due to Covid19 in 2021. Currently, we have been given the green light for hosting workshops provided all attendees have vaccination certificates and continue to wear masks. We have built an outdoor pavilion for meals. We can't guarantee the workshop dates will take place as listed if the CDC or State of Vermont imparts new rules due to a worsening of the pandemic, but we will always keep our attendees informed if anything changes.
Limited to eight attendees. This workshop will concentrate on anything new with the Piezography workflow. We will use the new Piezography drivers for Piezography printing as well as the QuadTone RIP. We will feature the latest ink sets and any that are in development. Same goes with the software. Attendees always get the latest version in progress (in addition to the release version).
Therefore, we'll be printing with both Piezography Pro inks, Piezography K7 inks and some new concoctions. Likewise, we will be working with established as well as experimental workflows.
Attendees must bring a laptop, but we provide professional grade large screen reference calibrator displays by Eizo and NEC. There is plenty of free print time, tons of one on one, and even time at the end for critiques. You should bring a series of images you wish to work with. All of the materials and fine art papers are included in the workshop costs. If you happen to have a portfolio, bring it with you. We would love to see and share.
Here is a list of what we will cover, followed by Travel and Housing information:
Overview of the Piezography process
Driver/Media Profile installs
Visual examples of all major Piezography Inks
Intro to the new Cone printer drivers for Piezography
The new Piezography Media Profiles (for the Piezography printer drivers)
Setting up Photoshop
Setting up Lightroom
Setting up the new Piezography printer drivers
Quick print demo with Pro Blending
Intro to Paper Options
Piezo Ink installation
Debugging a Printer
Other Hardware Topics
The Linear vs ICC workflow
Softproofing & Studio Setup
Introduction to Piezography Professional Edition Toolset
Making ICC profiles for the new Piezography printer drivers
Brief intro to Piezography Digital Negative (no wet process in this workshop)
Continual 1-1 Linearizations
Understanding resolution and scaling
Levels and Curves re-cap
Printing absolute Black
History brushing as a form of perpetual madness
Using Layers insanely
Wide Format Printing
Print Handling & Packing
Longevity and fade testing
Group print-show and talk
Questionnaire & Wrap-up
The $1,500 workshop fee includes all materials and fine art papers. We provide a delicious lunch according to your dietary restrictions as long as you send us notice at least 7 days in advance. We provide fresh tea and coffee and cold drinks. You get a workshop manual. InkjetMall staff will be present to take orders which include substantial discounts on inks, cartridges, noble metals, papers, and software if you are so inclined to take advantage of things like that.
Any questions? Call Workshop Director, Cathy Cone, at (802) 439-5751
If you are looking for information before you buy Piezography, this workshop is right for you. If you are a seasoned user wishing to squeeze more out of your image preparation and printing technique, it is also right for you. If you are a technician or lab assistant with the responsibility of printing for others, it is also the correct workshop.
If you have no experience whatsoever in digital imaging and hoping to learn Photoshop, then this workshop may not be compatible with you. In this case we recommend a private workshop tailored specifically to your needs or Piezography for Beginners Workshop.
If you are seeking to use this time to print a portfolio or an exhibition, this workshop is not compatible with you. In this case we recommend a private workshop at Cone Editions Press.
|Available Workshop Dates||June 14th to 17th or July 19th to 22nd or September 13th to 16th|
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