Creating the Perfect Print: Hugh McElveen
11th Nov 2010
7-9pm . €5
In order to get the most out of the digital photographic printing process it is necessary to understand how colour works and is controlled in the digital environment. With the pace of change showing no sign of slowing it is easy to get left behind and uncertain of the medium. This two hour seminar shows photographers how to control the colour chain from capture to print and the questions they should ask of their fine art printer in order to get the best quality exhibition prints possible. By understanding the medium and its limits the photographer is empowered to fully participate in and control the creative process.
Hugh lectured as the assistant lecturer in Digital and Evolving Technologies at IADT between 2001 to 2008. He also founded the digital imaging program at the Gallery of Photography in 2000. In 2008 he co-founded Exhibit A Studios.
This fundraising event on behalf the Joinery has been supported by Exhibit A Studios.