Choosing the right paper for your photo’s subject to create exceptional fine art prints
Cheryl Walsh prints “The Ascension of Salacia” on Canson Infinity Edition Etching.
When Cheryl Walsh isn’t submerged in her swimming pool shooting fine art portraits of models or on dry land creating portraits for high school seniors, she can be found at her computer, preparing to bring her images to life through prints. With a dual photography...
From LED lighting to wireless flash to large-format printers, these solutions will maximize your productivity in the studio so you can deliver the image to your client
The Editors Of Digital Photo Pro Magazine
From LED lighting to wireless flash to large-format printers, these solutions will maximize your productivity in the studio so you can deliver the image to your client.
1. The Mixed Studio
If you’ve been to any photo trade show or video shoot recently, you may have seen a new lighting trend emerging: LED continuous lights. Read More…
Stephen Wilkes talks about his approach to storytelling through photography and how the print is the culmination of his creative process
Stephen Wilkes’s Ellis Island: Ghosts of Freedom—documenting an abandoned hospital on the island—offers a compelling look into America’s past, drawing viewers in with powerful, stirring images.
“When people look at my Ellis work, they always say there’s an intimacy in the work, and that is because of the depth of the work, and you don’t...
Get away from paper. Try printing images on wood, acrylic and metal for new ways to present your photography.
In the digital age sometimes we forget how wonderful it is to actually see a great photograph printed out. That feeling of seeing an image you took grace a wall is exciting and validating.
Ordering or making prints of your images is a relatively simple process. It’s an age-old process.
What’s new, though, is the types of materials that are now...
Amy Toensing on connecting with people and cultures through her photography, and the personal value of printmaking
By The Editors
Inspired by traditional darkroom processes to pursue photography as a profession, Amy Toensing talks about her approach to connecting with subjects. “I’m constantly trying to understand our world,” Toensing explains, “and I do that through culture and people. The thing I love most about my work is that it gives me an excuse to be nosy and...
Advertising and sports photographer Tim Tadder talks about his creative process and the integral role that printing plays in it
By The Editors
Known for his advertising and commercial work, including photographs of iconic athletes like Tom Brady and Michael Phelps, Tim Tadder is widely recognized for his imaginative images. In this video, Tadder talks about his creative process and how a sound trigger became the inspiration for a series of memorable photographs.
Today’s printers are technological marvels, ready to create a masterpiece at a moment’s notice
By David Schloss
The latest desktop professional printers are incredible machines—their output is astounding, and the amount of technology stuffed inside these relatively affordable little boxes is mind-boggling.
At a recent press briefing with Canon for the new imagePROGRAF PRO-1000 printer, the product managers talked about the 27 different temperature sensors inside...
Behind the print with a legendary National Geographic photographer
By The Editors
Reknown National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry talks about how he became a photographer, his passion for observing peoples and cultures, and the story behind his iconic 1984 National Geographic cover image, "Afghan Girl."
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Using a massive, new Polielettronica HD C-printer, Duggal Visual Solutions is producing jumbo-sized photographs with an apparent resolution of 6100 dpi
By David Schloss
Since the beginning of the medium, photographers have sought to make the largest possible sharp prints of their images. The image file size is often a limiting factor for print size. You can up-res a file with excellent results, but at a certain point the apparent resolution does break down. Today’s high-res cameras and, in particular, very high-resolution...
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