Optimizing Your Images for Print with Charles Cramer is a full-day workshop presented at the Viewpoint gallery. The workshop will cover what you need to know to make the finest digital prints from your film or digital camera. From adjustment/optimization, to orchestrating the light, Charles will share what he has learned in 40 years of making prints. You will learn ways to make your images stronger and more compelling.
For those who can bring a laptop computer with Photoshop and/or Lightroom, example files will be given out so students can follow along. If you don't have a laptop, no problem, the workshop will work just as well as a lecture/demonstration. This all day workshop includes lunch for all attendees.
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ABOUT CHARLES CRAMER
After spending seven years of college studying classical piano, Charles Cramer visited Yosemite National Park, and soon realized he wanted out of those tiny practice rooms! Realizing the similarities between interpreting music and interpreting a negative, he soon became enamored with making prints. Forty years later, he is now recognized as a master printmaker. His prints sell in many galleries, including the Ansel Adams Gallery. In 1987 and again in 2009, Cramer was selected by the National park Service to be an artist-in-residence in Yosemite.
He has taught workshops since 1988 for the Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite, the Palm Beach workshops in Florida, Anderson Ranch workshops in Colorado, and the John Sexton Workshops in California.
Cramer has been profiled in PhotoTechniques, Outdoor Photographer, Outdoor Photography (UK), Camera Natura (Sweden), Popular Photography (China), PhotoVision, and View Camera magazines. His work has been published by National Geographic Books, Sierra Club, and the Yosemite Association. He is also included in the books “Landscape: The World’s Top Photographers,” published in 2005, and “First Light: Five Photographers Explore Yosemite’s Wilderness,” published in 2009. His book “Yosemite” was published in England in 2016. He also had a solo exhibition at the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel in 2010. His work can be seen at www.charlescramer.com.