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    Film Base to Pixels - A Transition from Darkroom to Digital Printing

    Whether you shoot film from time to time or you’ve got a ton of negatives from the past, film scanning is a skill worth learning. So many of today’s relatively inexpensive flatbed scanners can digitize slides and negatives, and even the least expensive can yield results good enough for printing.

    Master Printer, James Tan will show you everything you need to know to make the finest digital prints from your digital camera files, transparencies or negatives. From capturing your vision in digital or film images to scanning film to choosing the right printer,
    He will share the results of extensive testing in the pursuit of making the best possible prints. And beyond the technical details, you will learn ways to make your images stronger and more compelling. Printing your images increases your perceived value as a photographer. To offer a beautifully finished printed piece shows that you care about your photography and that you put effort into the presentation of your imagery for your clients.

    Canon PIXMA PRO printers, with an expanded colour gamut for improved saturation of colours and darker, deeper blacks, are designed to deliver professional quality photographic prints and achieve new levels of colour and skin tone reproduction.

    Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II scanner with high scanning resolution of 9,600 dpi and a fast film scanning. The quality scanner from Canon is suitable for negatives, slides, documents and photos. For serious photo enthusiasts the Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II provides scanner an excellent quality at high speed. The automatic scan optimization is with Fare offers EZ buttons. The color depth is 48 bits and the Canon CanoScan 9000F Scanner Mark II offers Auto Document Fix and Auto Photo Fix II.

    Join us as we bring you from the initial concept of finding a winning image, through to processing images for printing and selection of paper media for optimal output.


    Limited to 40 pax Per Class ONLY.
    Saturday, 13th May 2017 @ Canon Event Room, Fusionopolis

    Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm

    Registration from: 9:30am

    * Meet at Canon Singapore Pte. Ltd.
    1 Fusionopolis Place,#14-10 Galaxis (East Lobby)
    Singapore 138522

    Free admission. Due to limited space, registration is required.
    Your place is secured when the confirmed registration list is announced on/before Wednesday 29th March 2017 evening by ClubSNAP.

    1 Fusionopolis Place,#14-10 Galaxis (East Lobby)
    Singapore 138522

    Free admission. Due to limited space, registration is required.
    Your place is secured when the confirmed registration list is announced on/before Wednesday 29th March 2017 evening by ClubSNAP.










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    Default Re: Film Base to Pixels - A Transition from Darkroom to Digital Printing

    Registration is Open:
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    Please Click and Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/ZcaSR5VLsKIgvaB32



    * Disclaimer: ClubSNAP reserve the rights to select from the registered list who will be coming for the The Digital Print Workflow.

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    Default Re: Film Base to Pixels - A Transition from Darkroom to Digital Printing

    Hi,

    May I know if this workshop is the same as per the one which was conducted earlier this month? Thanks.

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    Default Re: Film Base to Pixels - A Transition from Darkroom to Digital Printing

    Quote Originally Posted by LeoXYZ View Post
    Hi,

    May I know if this workshop is the same as per the one which was conducted earlier this month? Thanks.
    It will emphasize on Scanning of film to Digital Printing.

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