On this November 4th, I’ll be hosting the NYC Lightroom Meetup Group for an evening of color and printing with special guest Tom P. Ashe – “What You Should Know About Managing Color & Printing,” from 6-8PM at Tekserve at 119 West 23rd Street.
Tom has been teaching color management and digital printmaking as an adjunct professor at the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in NYC since 2003 and he is the author of the highly regarded book, “Color Management & Quality Output.” Yes, I know, that sounds daunting! But Tom is a top educator and he’s got an amazing knack for explaining printing and color management, even if you’re just starting out. So, don’t be intimidated!
Also, Brooklyn’s own Adoramapix will be presenting their online printing services and paper samples, and how to get the best results from online print ordering. I’ve been using Adoramapix for years, they’re surprisingly reliable and affordable, and I recommend them to my students who order their prints online.
And me? I’ll be covering some color correcting techniques using the Hue/Saturation/Luminance targeted adjustment tool and a few other tools that help with tweaking your photo’s colors into submission. So sign up to attend (it’s only 2 bucks!) and learn more about making your photographs look better and turning them into prints!
Don’t miss this meetup!