Category Name: printmaking

Platinum-Palladium printing at Asheville Bookworks

posted on: October 28th, 2016

This class is an introduction to the platinum-palladium printing process. This particular alternative photographic printing process was invented in the 1870’s by William Willis. Because the process precipitates a chemically non-reactive noble metal into the paper fibers, it creates a print notable both for its permanence and its beauty. ⇒

categories:  workshop, palladium printing, printmaking   tags:  palladium, printing, alternative process

Platinum-Palladium printing at Asheville Bookworks-2015

posted on: July 24th, 2015

This class is an introduction to the platinum-palladium printing process. This particular alternative photographic printing process was invented in the 1870’s by William Willis. Because the process precipitates a chemically non-reactive noble metal into the paper fibers, it creates a print notable both for its permanence and its beauty. ⇒

categories:  alternative processes, platinum printing, palladium printing, workshop, printmaking   tags:  platinum, palladium, workshop, alternative process

Platinum-Palladium printing at Asheville Bookworks

posted on: July 11th, 2014

This class is an introduction to the platinum-palladium printing process. This particular alternative photographic printing process was invented in the 1870’s by William Willis. Because the process precipitates a chemically non-reactive noble metal into the paper fibers, it creates a print notable both for its permanence and its beauty. ⇒

categories:  workshop, palladium printing, printmaking   tags:  palladium, printing, alternative process

QuadTone RIP Digineg Tutorial

posted on: June 11th, 2014

This is a tutorial I wrote several years ago outlining the steps needed to use QuadTone RIP to create digital negatives for alternative process printing. For those who want to achieve the highest level of control over the digital negative process, the QuadTone RIP process still has no equal, albeit at the expense of a steepish learning curve. This tutorial is my attempt at creating a systematic way to use the QuadTone RIP driver for making negatives (and positives).

categories:  calibration, digital negative, photoshop, printmaking, palladium printing   tags:  calibration, digital negatives, alternative process, photoshop, palladium, printing, qtr, manual, instruction