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« on: August 19, 2011, 07:02:18 PM »
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I will announce new content for the tutorial Camera To Print & Screen here.

This topic will be pinned and locked until the Tutorial is complete.

Please post your comments and questions on the separate thread found here.

Should you wish, you can get my Twittering Tweets here - I will generally tweet new Lu-La video content (& other top-of-mind thoughts)  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2011, 07:06:51 PM »
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I have just added the first four videos for the Colour Management section.

Click here for the latest Table of Contents PDF - v.2
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« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2011, 05:57:52 PM »
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Today I have added videos and a PDF on various aspects of Colour Management:

- Monitor Calibration
- Photoshop & Lightroom Colour Settings
- Lightroom Export to either PS or Web & Devices
- DNG Camera Profiles

and finally: - an amazingly dense and condensed 28,000 ft view of Colour Management Workflows from Import to Print with an accompanying PDF file for you to identify all aspects of Colour Management that we have or will cover. For me this PDF alone is worth the price of admission to the tutorial - end of plug  Grin

The new Table of Contents v.3, can be read here
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« Reply #3 on: September 28, 2011, 07:55:40 AM »
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The final video on Colour Management is now available: a half-hour on Soft Proofing.

The latest Table of Contents is viewable here

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« Reply #4 on: October 29, 2011, 10:36:41 AM »
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I will be adding new video files piecemeal over this weekend and an updated ToC on Monday.

Of note to those who may have purchased the Guide to Image Quality:

I have added a short video on the use of Lens Align for front and back focus adjustments.

I overlooked this little segment in the original series of files that relate to image quality. It has been added to the fifth zip file of the Guide to Image Quality which is identified as a Placeholder.

The video will also be available within the first of the new zip files (c2ps-13.zip) of the full C2PS tutorial and will likely be in place this afternoon.
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« Reply #5 on: October 30, 2011, 12:23:59 PM »
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The new videos for this batch are now in place:

8A Image Quality - Front & Back Focus Adjustments using Lens Align
24  Working Environment & Equipment - featuring a flying visit to Jeff Schewe's studio
25  From Scan to Print - a complete workflow from the scan of a transparency through to the final print

The latest Table of Contents may be viewed here

The first videos of a series on Image Processing will be available within two weeks
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« Reply #6 on: November 11, 2011, 10:07:37 AM »
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An hour & a half of new content today.

These videos make up the first half of the content of a new sub-section on Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw or Photoshop.

- The Workflow in Lightroom taking a colour image from ingest to Print

- The Workflow in colour from CameraRaw through Photoshop to Print
This video is accompanied by a folder containing four Photoshop Actions on Color to B&W, Midtone Contrast, Print Actions & Progressive Sharpening

- A discussion on Bit Depth
- A discussion on JPEG & RAW
- A demonstration of a Linear vs. a Gamma Encoded image
- A demonstration of the Local Adjustment Brush in Lightroom
- A demonstration of HDR using Blending in Photoshop

The next set of videos that make up the balance of Image Processing, will be available at the end of November. They will cover Sharpening, Noise Reduction and the conversion to and working in Black & White.

For more details, please check the newest Table of Contents (v.6)
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« Reply #7 on: November 23, 2011, 03:55:48 PM »
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Another bunch of videos are published today - Happy Thanksgiving to US customers!

These six new videos complete the Image Processing section of the tutorial.

- Input or Capture Sharpening

- Sharpening workflow from input to output

- Noise Reduction

- Black & White workflow in Lightroom

- Black & White conversion methods in Photoshop

- The Advanced Black & White mode in Epson printers

The latest Table of Contents (v.7) is available here

The tutorial now runs 7 hours 10 minutes
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« Reply #8 on: December 08, 2011, 05:11:21 PM »
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Another hour and ten minutes will be added to Camera to Print & Screen by Friday, December 9th with five new videos on Printing.

- Printing out of Lightroom

- A close look at the value of upsampling resolution when printing - is it worth it?

- Batch printing out of Photoshop & Bridge (it's almost as easy as Lightroom!)

- A look at RIPs: Raster Image Processors - specifically, ColorByte's Image Print

- A review of current printers with a shoot-out (print-off?) between Canon's Pro 9500 ll and Epson's R3000. Who's the winner?

New Table of Contents here

These latest videos bring the total running time of Camera to Print & Screen to almost eight and a half hours...

And yes, Jeff shows off even more new shirts!!
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« Reply #9 on: December 16, 2011, 10:52:47 AM »
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Today I have added new content to bring the running time of Camera to Print & Screen to just shy of 10 hours...

The new videos are:

- A discussion about Inks, PrintHeads & the archival properties of todays's prints

- A discussion about papers and how to handle the enormous choice. Examples include Photo & Watercolour papers - with & without Optical Brightening Agents (Jeff likes them, Michael does not!)

- A brief look at printing personal snapshots with a PictureMate

- A visit to Andrew Collett's gallery with discussions on printing canvas & face-mounted prints for sale and running a successful commercial gallery

- The techniques involved in printing, spraying, stretching & mounting canvas prints. A close look is taken at creating 'gallery-wrap' edges for canvas. A look at the equipment and processes involved in face-mounting photographs to acrylic and aluminium.

The new Table of Contents (v.9) can be seen here.
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« Reply #10 on: December 29, 2011, 05:35:09 PM »
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New videos are added today. Running time is now 11.25 hours.

- Watch a complete fine art shoot 'The Violin' from camera to print...

- A discussion on Printer Maintenance

- A demonstration on Matting & Framing

Table of Contents v.10
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« Reply #11 on: January 04, 2012, 04:53:08 PM »
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If you have been delaying purchase of Camera to Print & Screen until its completion but want to take advantage of the current 25% 'incomplete' discount - you have less than 24 hours to make the jump  Cheesy
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« Reply #12 on: January 04, 2012, 06:46:07 PM »
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OK! The tutorial is complete!

I have uploaded videos on:

- Presentation & Packaging

- Export to Slideshow

- Export to the Web

- Export to iPad

- Export to iPad with Keynote

- Books for further Learning

- MythBusters! The Top Ten Myths of Digital Printing

- Good Images make Good Prints & The Wrap at the Creemore Springs Brewery (their beer is very good!)

Final Table of Contents here.

All of this brings the total running time to a whopping 12 hours 45 minutes - including drinking time.
And if you are thinking of watching it all tonight, the download is 10.6 GB...

This project has taken me two months to organize & shoot and six months of editing. I'm heading for a brew - maybe two. Cheers!

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