Are you ready to take your imaging and printmaking skills to the next level? Are you tired of inferior prints that waste your time and materials? As the digital revolution continues, new tools continue to change the way we print, and finding a balance between traditional imaging software and the new raw converters can range from challenging to downright confusing.
Why not let one of the nation’s most respected digital printmakers expand your knowledge and provide some much-needed clarity? Join R. Mac Holbert in a five-day printmaking experience and learn to integrate the old tools with the new.
This in-depth, hands-on workshop explores the latest tools and developments in fine-art digital printmaking. In addition to familiarizing ourselves with various aspects of Epson printers and all they can do, we explore Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. We also look at issues like workflow philosophy, how to set up a productive working environment, and image optimization.
If you want to expand your imaging proficiency and share Mac’s 20-plus years experience in digital imaging then this is a workshop you don’t want to miss!
Working knowledge of digital workflow; solid Photoshop CS6 or CC, Lightroom 6 or CC skills, and basic printmaking skills are required
R. Mac Holbert, along with musician/photographer Graham Nash, in 1989 co-founded Nash Editions, widely regarded as the world’s first digital printmaking studio focusing solely on photography.
In 2011, Mac established The Image Collective, to provide digital expertise to the cultural heritage world. In 2016, together with four other partners, Mac founded Art Authority, a company that provides extreme quality reproductions to museums.
Mac has lectured extensively on digital output, digital imaging/scanning, and fine art. He is a partner in plug-in provider PixelGenius, as well as a beta tester for Epson America, Canon, X-rite, NEC, Adobe, and other software and hardware manufacturers. Mac’s clients have included David Hockney, Steve McCurry, Douglas Kirkland, Jay Maisel, Pete Turner, Amy Toensing, Olivia Parker, Danny Lyon, Stephen Wilkes, Maggie Taylor, Stephen Shore, and Greg Gorman.