Sunday, June 18, 2023, 2–6 pm
Printing methods, papers, colour management, colour profiles, creation of print data
18 June: Meeting at 10 am. At the beginning, Erik Clewe will give an introduction to the topic. Various methods of image processing are presented, tested and discussed, also on the basis of image files of the participants.
Participants may bring some files and prints for evaluation.
Fotografie Forum Frankfurt
Braubachstraße 30–32, 60311 Frankfurt
Getting photos on paper as true to colour as possible depends on many factors. Well prepared data is essential and saves a lot of time, trouble and money. This workshop provides professional expertise to help you get the most out of your photos for the printed result. Digital and offset printing will also be discussed – with a special focus on photo book production. After an introduction to the basics of colour management, colour profiles and the paper’s influence on the printed image are explained in detail. Practical examples will show how to optimise files with Photoshop. Participants may bring files and prints for evaluation.
Photographer Erik Clewe (*1985) trained as a media designer in an offset print shop and then worked for various print media. For several years, he has been working as an image editor at Kehrer-Verlag and accompanies renowned international photographers on their way to their own photo book, from image retouching to the printing press. As a photographer, Clewe has been traveling Europe since 2005 to document urban areas. He recently exhibited his own work at the Darmstädter Tagen der Fotografie 2020. In addition, the photo expert offers workshops for image processing, since 2018 also in the FFF Academy, among others. Erik Clewe lives and works in Heidelberg.