Category Name: polymer-photogravure

Polymer Photogravure at Asheville Bookworks

posted on: October 5th, 2018

I will be teaching a polymer photogravure workshop in Asheville this autumn. This workshop will use a modern polymer coated plate to create an intaglio-etched surface, which will then produce the photographic gradation of tones making the photogravure one of the most beautiful continuous tone photographic printing process. The process presents a fantastic opportunity to expand the range of visual content that can be included in books and other similar projects. ⇒

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Polymer Photogravure in Asheville

posted on: April 15th, 2016

I will be teaching a polymer photogravure workshop in Asheville this next spring. This workshop will use a modern polymer coated plate to create an intaglio-etched surface, which will then produce the photographic gradation of tones making the photogravure one of the most beautiful continuous tone photographic printing process. The process presents a fantastic opportunity to expand the range of visual content that can be included in books and other similar projects. ⇒

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Polymer Gravure at Asheville Bookworks - April 2015

posted on: April 17th, 2015

I will be teaching a polymer photogravure workshop in Asheville in April 2015. This workshop will use a modern polymer coated plate to create an intaglio-etched surface, which will then produce the photographic gradation of tones making the photogravure one of the most beautiful continuous tone photographic printing process. The process presents a fantastic opportunity to expand the range of visual content that can be included in books and other similar projects. ⇒

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QTR profiles for KM73 polymer plates

posted on: July 17th, 2014

Quadtone RIP profiles for making digital positives on the Epson R3000, 7800 and 1400 printers. These were created for use with the Toyobo KM73 flexographic plates. For more detailed information on the process go to polymerphotogravure.com.

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