Conducted by Bob Kovach
Join us on January 25 for a workshop demonstrating how to get your photographic masterpieces into print. We will meet at 9:30 am in the Piovano Room at the Rockbridge Regional Library.
One of the most rewarding aspects of photography is producing great prints from your photo printer. However, achieving good prints can sometimes be the most frustrating part of digital photography. This workshop will show you how to remove the frustration with printing.
Covered in this workshop will be:
Selecting a photo printer.
Finding low cost ink and photo paper.
Maintaining your photo printer.
Achieving results that closely match your monitor the first time, every time.
Bob will show you that an expensive photo printer is not necessary to achieve good results. A budget inkjet printer may be very adequate for photo printing.
Bring an USB flash drive with several of your favorite photos that you would like to print. On hand will be a supply of glossy, semi-glossy and matte papers (8.5” x 11”). Bob will assist you in selecting photo paper and creating good prints. At the workshop for your use will be a variety of Canon and Epson printers, ranging from budget to advanced photo printers.
This workshop is free to Rockbridge Camera Club members. The fee for non-members is $25.
Bob Kovach has many years of experience with printers and photo printing. Currently he is running seven inkjet photo printers (with three more in reserve), ranging from budget to several large professional printers.