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The Secrets of Professional-Quality Inkjet Printing Revealed...Making Inkjet Printing Fun Again! With Eric Joseph

Eric Joseph
March 10, 2018
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Free Seminar
Canon Live Learning Orange County
123 Paularino Avenue
Costa Mesa, California 92626


This seminar is guaranteed to contribute to your success as a digital printmaker! The class is lead by industry expert Eric Joseph, Senior Vice President of Freestyle Photographic Supplies. Eric will unveil the myths and mysteries of inkjet paper, color management, and digital inkjet printing using Canon imagePrograf printers. This is not just a technical class touching on dry topics and marketing speak. It is a truly in-depth personal offering of those topics that can only be shared in a classroom environment from someone who has devoted their life and professional career to improving those around him. The class is tailored to YOU and your needs. This 6-hour seminar will be centered on helping you control the digital printing process and make the right decisions for you as an artist. 

Topics including: 

• Inkjet paper and how to choose a paper that is right for you. 

• Color Management, simply explained and demonstrated to allow you to achieve reliable, consistent, controllable and repeatable results. 

• File preparation using Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom with a full demonstration of printing on Canon imagePrograf Pro-1000 and Pro-2000 using Canon Print Studio Pro printing software. 

Attendees should bring a thumb drive or hard drive with a few images prepared for printing that are sized to at least 11x17 inches, 300 dpi, RGB, TIFF or JPG format.

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