“Making the Print”: Printing Techniques for the Digital Photographer

by Klaus on January 17, 2012

in Photography, Photography

New eBook Available!

Making the Print: Printing Techniques for the Digital Photographer by Martin Bailey is the second eBook in our Masterclass series and it’s the perfect primer regarding all things related to fine-art printing. No stone is left unturned as Martin explains in-detail everything you need to know about making beautiful, frustration-free prints.

This 65 wide-page eBook covers it all from choosing a printer and papers, to profiling and sharpening, and then he moves on to calibration, fine-tuning, adding borders, basically everything you need to get competent, which is what most of us are looking to accomplish. But he doesn’t stop there… Martin also dives head-first into creating your own canvas gallery wraps and printing for an exhibition.

A talented educator, Martin unpacks the workflow and provides the detailed explanations, step-by-step instructions, and screenshots you need to make your next printing project exciting and successful.

Martin Bailey is a Tokyo based art and assignment photographer who is passionate about creating photography that invokes emotions, and helping others to do the same.

Special Offer on PDFs

For the next five days only, use the promotional code PRINT4 when you checkout so you can have the PDF version of Making the Print for only $4 OR use the code PRINT20 to get 20% off when you buy 5+ PDF eBooks from the Craft & Vision collection. These codes expire at 11:59pm PST January 21, 2012.

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Craft & Vision also offers you a totally free ebook: 11 Ways to Improve Your Photography, which is a book written by several professional photographers on the things “they wish they had learned faster”. Lots of useful information in this book which can help you improve your craft (photography!) so you don’t have to make the same mistakes as these photographers did.

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