Tim Daly's Digital Printing Workshop

Juniper Hall, Box Hill, Nr Dorking, Surrey, November 24-25, 2007

University of Chester, Chester, Cheshire, December 15-16, 2007

The workshop is aimed at photographers who would benefit from guidance on image file preparation, hands-on colour management and getting the best results from different printing papers. Ideal for those who are not satisfied with their current print quality output or for those planning to set-up a digital printing workstation in the near future.

Throughout the weekend, emphasis is placed on practical, hands-on projects using specially prepared sample files. Course content includes: Colour Settings in Photoshop, Image file preparation, Raw file preparation in Lightroom, Soft-proofing and colour management techniques, Darkroom-style printing techniques and Printing with profiles.

The sessions are held in small groups, with plenty of 1-1 tutor guidance and assistance and are ideal for intermediate users and beginners. The workshops are run on Apple computers using Photoshop and Lightroom software.

 

 

 

Cost

£200 including: two days tuition with buffet lunch.

Getting there

Juniper Hall is situated near the town of Dorking and is about 5 minutes from Junction 9 of the M25 motorway. Box Hill is the nearest train station, with direct services to central London and Dorking stations are less than 5 minutes away by taxi.

The University of Chester is located right in the heart of the historic city of Chester. The site is easily accessible from nearby M53/ M56 and A41/A51. There are frequent trains to Chester from Manchester, Liverpool and North Wales.

Accommodation

Juniper Hall nearby hotels are as follows:
The Burford Bridge Hotel, 0845 456 6399
Travelodge, Dorking, 0870 0850950
The White Horse Hotel, Dorking, 0845 456 6399

University of Chester nearby hotels are: Travelodge, Chester 0870 0850950

 

 

 

 

What level is the workshop?

The course is designed for beginners and intermediate users.

Book online here

Need more information?

Contact Tim Daly on tim@photocollege.co.uk