4th Photography & Fine Art Printing Summit
Alain Briot and Uwe Steinmueller
with guest instructor Joseph Holmes
Paper sponsored by
“Discover the latest tools and
techniques you need to create digital fine art, exhibition quality
November 10th to 13th, 2006, in Page, Arizona
This workshop is followed by a two day "Photographic
Vision Field Workshop"
to Monument Valley and Canyon de Chelly.
Announcing an exciting, photographic-instruction
oriented Northern Arizona workshop with professional photographer and
instructors Alain Briot and Uwe Steinmueller, Guest instructor Joseph
Holmes, joined by art instructor Natalie Briot and photographic artist
We are pleased to announce some extremely
exciting news: Alain Briot and Uwe Steinmueller are offering a feature
one of a kind workshop
during which we will not only take you to some of the most photogenic
locations in the world but also teach you how to best process and
print your photographs to create fine art prints that you will be proud
display. You will return from this workshop with photographs ready
to mat and frame.
We are very pleased to announce that
Phase One will sponsor our summit. This means for you:
- Kevin Raber (a passionate photographer himself)
of Phase One will join the summit
- You can try out a P45, P30 or P25 back yourself
(probably on a MF camera and a view camera)
- Kevin will provide a presentation about working
with the P45 and Capture One
Remember that the P45 is defining the high end of
digital one shot photography (not counting scanning backs with their
Canon plans to bring the latest high end cameras after
Photokina 2006 (we expect a follow up model for the Canon 1Ds Mk. II)
and also a professional class pigment ink printer.
We will mainly print with two HP Photosmart Pro B9180
at the summit. Both printers will be raffled at the summit. If you
win you have to pack and ship the printer at your own cost.
It is very likely that Henry
Wilhelm will give a keynote talk
on print permance at our summit.
For detailed information visit the main summit website