Time: December 3, 2010 from 1pm to 4pm
Location: UHM, Mänoa MultiMedia Lab, Sakamaki Hall C104
Website or Map: http://www.outreach.hawaii.ed…
Event Type: workshop:, fee, $70, call, 956-8400, to, register
Organized By: Susan, 956-3422, firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest Activity: Jan 5, 2011
Learn the techniques for making large-scale digital prints, 40” or larger. This half-day class covers methods of creating high-resolution digital files, color management, roll papers, and archival printing on Canon printers. Participants discover how to maximize print quality, balance color, increase the dynamic tonal range, and preserve detail in shadows and highlights. For many artists and photographers, the scale of large prints creates a physical presence and an expressive power that you cannot achieve with smaller scale prints. See the unmatched quality of today's digital hardware and software for creating extremely high quality high-resolution prints from consumer scanners and mid-level cameras.
Michael Gilbert is the founder and director of The Pacific Center for Photography, a photography gallery and digital printing business in Wailuku, Maui. An active photographer, his clients include Mercedes Benz, Hallmark, Four Seasons, and Disney and his corporate sponsors include Olympus, Canon, Imacon, Gretag, Breathing Color, CompUSA, and Quantum Instruments. Gilbert's work is permanently held in the International Museum of Photography and he has been a featured artist, instructor, and headline speaker at Photokina, PhotoPlus, Imaging USA, WPPI, Triangle Institute and a host of universities and museums worldwide. His studio locations are in Maui, Hawaii and Paris, France.