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Printing in the Atelier Lucien Clergue

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Runtime - length of the film: 19m40s
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We go back in time with Katharine Cooper and analogue photography.

Cooper is a laboratory worker at atelier Lucien Clergue in Arles where she produces enlarged copies of the famous french photographer.

She guides through archiving the precious negatives and presents images that demand precise skill to magnify in the darkroom.

photokinaTV - Mobile Party Print

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DNP Photoprinters are quite a highlight for wedding- or partyphotographers, who want to increase their repertoire with a really cool gimmick.

Today the DNP DS 40 is shown in the FotoTV. Studio.
It's able to print out photographs in just eight seconds after shooting.
 

Printing Photobooks in Lightroom 3

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Runtime - length of the film: 11m09s
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LR4 will offer the possibility to use Lightroom to print photo books. Kate shows how to print a photo book with the features of LR3.

Kate uses the Print Module in Lightroom 3 to create Custom Packages of images for each page. She explains how to create a page with landscape or portrait images and how to save those as preset.

In addition she shows how to work with multiple pages and how to save the file as a .jpeg to send to a printer.

In this video you will learn how to create a photo book with individual dimension and layout.

Using the Print Module in Lightroom 3

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Runtime - length of the film: 10m43s
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The Print Module in Lightroom is a usefull tool that many users underestimate. Kate shows how to use it for printing and creating collages for the blog.

Kate shows how to create a contact sheet using Lightroom. She explains the different possibilies and settings.

In addition Kate explains the Custom Template mode with wich one can create individuel image sets for the blog or website or to print more than one photo on a photobook page.

If you like this video, make sure to watch the following part about how to use the Print Module for creating photo books.

photokinaTV - HP Z6200 Photo Printer

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Runtime - length of the film: 8m25s
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HP presents it's new flagship model. The HPZ6200 Photo Printer. The printer can perform at speeds up to 140 sqm/h . HP's reputation for dependability is further enhanced by new smaller pigments providing brilliant print results.
We welcome HPs chief's engineer Dr Sascha de Pena Hempel to our glass studio where he gives us a special look at this exciting new product from HP.

You can download a podcast of this photokinaTV show at:
http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=346566809

Preparing Digital Photos for Printing

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In this FotoTV film, Christian Fickinger shows viewers how to prepare digital files before sending them to online printing service to turn pixels into prints.

Fickinger is the owner of www.digiprinz.de, an online print service specializing in fine art prints for large formats. Today he comprehensively covers the four most important aspects of digital printing, resolution, file format, color management, and sharpening. As Fickinger demonstrates with numerous examples, key to the resolution is PPI, or pixels per inch. This is important in digital photography printing because it determines print quality. The more pixels you can cram into every inch, the better the print will be.

Another highlight of the film is file format. Nowadays photographers have many options when sending their digital files to an online printing service. JPEG, Tiff, and PDF are several of the most popular file formats known. Fickinger lists all other file formats available to achieve the best and most professional result. For instance the JPEG file format, which compresses image data, is suitable for sending pictures in e-mail or posting them to the web. For fine art photo printing TIFF files are more appropriate because the images are smoother and crisper.

Fickinger also points out that a computer monitor and print paper are completely different media. Therefore, the print isn’t going to be an exact match of what is displayed on the monitor and he gives some great tips on color management to great quality photo prints.