That surely got your attention. I’ve been asked thousands of times, “What is the best Photographic paper?” Honestly, there isn’t one. After that pearl of wisdom, take this class anyway to find the best paper for your images. For this demonstration/lecture/interaction, I took eight unique photographic projects and printed them on eight different papers. I didn’t press the print button and accept what came out. I used a paper selection to convey my artistic message. In this class, I will walk you through my thought process on why I chose these specific papers. As a group, we’ll take a look at your PRINTED image and discuss what works for your vision. It all comes down to the message you want to convey, so let’s get together and figure it out.
For class, please bring one of your own PRINTED photographs. On paper. (Not on your phone. Not on Instagram. Printed. On paper. Thank you.)