Color Workflow for Print (webinar)
September 29 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
SPONSORED GEAR & GADGETS PRESENTATION
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Thursday, September 29, 2022 7:00 – 8:00 PM EDT
Facilitator: John Walrath and Noah Buchanan
Length: 1 Hour
Level: Beginner, Intermediate/Advanced
Join John Walrath, Datacolor’s Imaging Training & Technical Support Manager, for a look at a color managed workflow to help you make your best prints. He will share strategies and best practices for color management, accurate display calibration, printer calibration and the printing process. John will use several examples of his own work to demonstrate these principles that will help you share your vision with others through print.
Datacolor makes color management tools that allow photographers and videographers achieve consistent and accurate color in their workflow. There will be a chance for Q&A after the presentation.
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About John Walrath and Noah Buchanan
John Walrath is Datacolor’s Imaging Training & Technical Support Manager and an accomplished photographer. He earned his BFA in Interior Architecture and in 2010 sold a successful company to pursue a career as a professional photographer. Leveraging his training in Interior Architecture and passion for photography, John became a sought after Interiors photographer for Builders, Ad Agencies and Interior Designers in Central Virginia.
Datacolor’s Color Management tools have been vital to John’s personal and professional photography for many years. Since joining the Datacolor team in 2013, he has been an educational resource for photographers and videographers who want to improve their work through Color Management.
Noah Buchanan is an Outside Sales Developer for Hunt’s Photo and Video. He has been working with them since 2016. He loves building relationships with all of his customers and considers many of them close friends. Photography has been a passion of his for the past 10 years and he loves being able to talk about it with everyone! Noah’s main interests in photography revolve around the landscape and unusual scenes in nature. Prior to working for Hunt’s, Noah attended NESOP for 2 years studying photojournalism.