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walkling workshop


with Les Walkling

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This workshop presents a simple, logical and practical approach to the complex problem of accurately managing colour in a digital environment. It will answer questions such as:

How do I make my print match my monitor?
What really happens to my image when it is printed at a commercial lab?
To what extent do I need to setup a fully colour managed workflow?
How do I colour manage my digital camera in the studio or on location?
How can colour management save me time and money while improving my image quality?

The workshop will help you to accurately and efficiently manage colour in cameras, computers and printers, and to evaluate the suitability of different colour management software and hardware for your own needs.

The workshop is based around a series of practical demonstrations and case studies that demystify colour management and illustrate the critical function it plays in contemporary digital imaging workflows.

When Sunday June 26th 10 am to 4.30 pm
Where Daylesford Secondary College, Smith St. Daylesford
Cost $175 [$150 concession & DFB subscribers] includes lunch
Minimum: 10 participants
Bookings: call the DFB 05 office [03] 5348 5703, or email for a workshop registration form.


Les Walkling is an artist and an educator. Before turning to fine art photography in 1975 he studied science and philosophy. Largely self taught, in 1981-82 he visited the USA on Australia Council Arts grants, studying and working with Emmet Gowin and Frederick Sommer. He has exhibited widely and his work is represented in many public collections including The Center for Creative Photography, Arizona, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra and The National Gallery of Victoria. he is also the Media Arts Program Director in the School of Art, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

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