Digital Portraiture: from capture to output – P1129

December 11, 2014

Posted In: Photography and New Media

R. Mac Holbert

DATES: August 10 – 14, 2015


CONCEPT: This workshop is a must for anyone interested in portraiture. Do your images truly express your artistic vision? If not, let two of the nation’s most respected digital photography pioneers work with you. This hands-on workshop explores portraiture with on-location shooting in addition to studio imaging and printing. Much of the class is dedicated to one-on-one instruction, ensuring that all individual questions and concerns are addressed.

MEDIA & TECHNIQUES: Students practice advanced portrait shooting techniques, natural lighting tactics, editing and sequencing work. In-studio fine-art imaging workflow, color calibration, color management, advanced imaging techniques, output options, substrate choices, permanence issues and marketing art are included.

ACTIVITIES: We shoot on location with models at amazing Colorado locales. Short lectures outlining critical issues such as color management and workflow happen daily.

FACULTY: R. Mac Holbert is a photographer and fine art printmaker who has lectured widely on fine-art digital printmaking. He is a co-founder of Nash Editions, one of the world’s first digital printmaking facilities focusing on photography.

Tuition: $1145 OR Tuition + Studio Support Donation: $1345
Studio Fee: $150

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