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Death Valley Light / Olympus E-M1

I’ve been deep in the final production stages of the Printmaker Masterclass, which launches next Monday on March 19th. It’s my first on-demand workshop that is completely self—directed. Students can take the course whenever they like with lifetime access, and I will be updating and adding content to the course over the coming year to increase its value as a resource of information for printing in general.

I’m super excited about it, and I’ll have more detailed information later in the week. But for now, I wanted to share one of the lessons in its entirety here for your benefit.

It’s a Capture to Print workflow of a panoramic image I made from my recent trip to Death Valley, CA. There are seven of these videos in the masterclass, so this gives you an idea of what I cover in terms of developing your images for print. Even if you don’t print, I detail every adjustment in Lightroom including my creative approach to local adjustments.

I also show soft-proofing in Lightroom, settings in the Print Module, and photos and video of the final print including paper choice decisions. Enjoy!

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  1. Looking forward to the class. I shoot mostly people so would appreciate some consideration of printing portraits, but I do understand your interest is landscape. See you on line next week.


    1. Hi Don, sorry for the late response, super busy with the lacuna of the masterclass. We have plans to add a few capture to print videos featuring portraits and travel images, so no worries…stay tuned!

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