Module 3 - The Print

Large Format Photography Video Workshop Series

Large Format Photography Video Workshop - Module 3 (The Print)Large Format Photography Video Workshop - Module 3 (The Print) I created the large format video workshop series so you can use your large format camera with total confidence and create your absolute best work. 

Get immediate access to Module 3 or Save $50 and get access to all 3 modules. 

You can download everything immediately and a backup is always stored for you in your library in the event you lose or delete the information. 

You can get unlimited access to every video workshop and eBook in my entire analog photography training library for less than half the cost if you purchased them separately with my All Access Pass

Tim Layton With Silver Gelatin Large Format PrintTim Layton With Silver Gelatin Large Format Print In this module, I walk you through the final phase of the large format workflow so you can make stunning silver gelatin prints in the darkroom or use Photoshop to edit your scanned films to create contemporary inkjet prints. 

Whether you have years of experience or you are a new large format photographer, I believe you will benefit from this training today and continue to refer back to it in the future as you grow and evolve. 

In Module 3, I walk you through the final phase of the large format workflow and focus on making prints in the darkroom and also scanning your films to make custom B&W and color prints on an inkjet printer.

I walk you through the entire process step-by-step of making a proper proof in the darkroom from your B&W negatives which is a valuable feedback tool, even if your intention is to scan your negatives and make digital pigment prints. 

I demonstrate and guide you through the process of making contact proof sheets from your large format B&W negatives and then I step you through how to make a split-grade print for the ultimate black and white fine art print.  

I show you how to wet mount and dry scan all major film types (black and white negative, C-41 color negative, E-6 color reversal/positive film) using an Epson V700/800 scanner. 

Next, I walk you through my simplified Photoshop editing process before making a black and white print and then color prints from the C-41 and E-6 color film scans using an ICC profile.  

In the first two modules, you learned how to take control and use a large format camera and create exposures on your favorite films in a reliable and consistent way that leads to making great photographs.  In the third and final module, everything comes together to make your fine art prints.  

I am excited to bring you the Large Format Photography Video Workshop series.  To my knowledge, there isn't anything else like it in the world and during our modern digital times, I think it is incredible that there are enough photographers that want to learn and master analog large format photography.

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MODULE 3 - THE PRINT/OUTPUT

Module 3 - Large Format Photography Video Workshop Series by Tim LaytonModule 3 - Large Format Photography Video Workshop Series by Tim Layton 1 - MAKING CONTACT PRINTS IN THE DARKROOM

- Selecting Your Light Source

- Using Variable Contrast Filters

- Establishing Your Standard Printing Time

- Making The Contact Print

2 - SPLIT-GRADE DARKROOM PRINTING

- Overview of The Two Main Split-Grade Methods

- Making a Split-Grade Print Step-by-Step

- Archival Processing of Fiber Prints

- Selenium Toning

3 - SCANNING LARGE FORMAT SHEET FILM 

- Scanning Strategies

- Dry Scanning vs. Wet Mount (Fluid) Scanning Methods

- Scanning Best Practices & Tips

- Scanning B&W Negative Film Case Study on Epson V700/750/800/850

- Scanning C-41 Color Negative Film Case Study on Epson V700/750/800/850

- Scanning E-6 Color Positive Film Case Study on Epson V700/750/800/850

- Drum Scanning vs. Flatbed Scanning 

Module 3 - Large Format Photography Video Workshop Series by Tim LaytonModule 3 - Large Format Photography Video Workshop Series by Tim Layton 4 - PHOTOSHOP FOR ANALOG PHOTOGRAPHERS

- Overview

- Photoshop vs. Lightroom

- Importing into Adobe Camera RAW

- Master File Strategy

- Levels Adjustment

- Curves Adjustment

- Using Masking & Layers

- Using Gradients For Dodging & Burning

- Using ICC Profiles For Color Printing

- Using the Advanced B&W Mode on Epson Printers

- Making a Color Print

- Making a B&W Print

5 - SUMMARY & CONCLUSION

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Get immediate access to Module 2 right now or save $50 and get immediate access to all 3 large format photography modules

You can download everything immediately and a backup is always stored for you in your library in the event you lose or delete the information. 

You can get unlimited access to every video workshop and eBook in my entire analog photography training library for less than half the cost if you purchased them separately with my All Access Pass