PIEZOGRAPHY PRO FEATURED IN THE NEW PIEZOGRAPHY WORKSHOP AT CONE EDITIONS PRESS
We will be featuring the new Piezography Pro system along side with Piezography P2 printing systems during The New Piezography workshops at Cone Editions Press this Summer. We’ve also extended our workshops from 3 days to 4 days and from 6 attendees to 8 attendees. Still a small workshop with lots of attention, instruction, and tons of time for making prints! The cost for a workshop is $1,500. $450 is collected as a deposit when you sign up. The balance is due 30 days prior.
The New Piezography Workshop is as it sounds…about what is new and what is the latest. This workshop takes place where Piezography is developed. You may see things no one else has and get access to things prior to release. The amount of knowledge and experience you will gain is huge!
Piezography Pro is an all new ink system of 8 or 10 shades of ink comprised of dual quad or dual quint ink systems that can be endlessly blended in software to produce a million tonal possibilities. There are 100 possible selections ranging from very warm to very cool. There are literally 1000s of off-axis Neutral. There is Neutral (of course). And there rare countless triple split toning combinations. This is the most expressive system we have ever launched!
Piezography Pro features single pass glossy printing. Industry leading dMax you really need to see in order to believe. And Piezography Pro has an optional Linearization toolset. Some of the workshop time will be in learning to use the toolset to produce media profiles, adjust media profiles, create new ink blends. Some of the workshop time will be in making prints that use those results. The idea is to merge creativity with technical learning.
But, it is also an opportunity to refresh your skills and learn if an upgrade to Pro is in your future. Or you can use the workshop to learn if Piezography is in your future and what flavor is your favorite. It is also an opportunity to learn about installing and maintaining these systems. It’s also an opportunity to get guidance on your Photoshop and Lightroom skills. And it’s an opportunity to make some dynamite prints of your images! Wait till you see how dark the new blacks are!