Print your digital images in this informative 2-day introductory workshop.

Learn techniques essential for generating high quality digital prints by exploring the relationship between image processing software like Adobe Lightroom and your printer. This course covers the basics of digital color and black & white printing, how to process images for print, common problems digital photographers encounter, and how to develop a cohesive personal workflow for consistent output. Students generate and print images on Epson Premium luster paper using Epson P600 printers. Instruction includes lectures, demonstrations, critiques, and hands-on exercises.

What you need for this workshop:

Students will be required to bring a small body of digital work for this workshop. File size must be at least 1680 x 1200 for practical printing use. File formats of .jpg, .psd, or .tiff are required. This workshop will be in one of our digital labs outfitted with Macintosh computers. Knowledge of the Macintosh operating system is encouraged.

Lunch is included; other meals are on your own. Lodging is available on campus, private room & bath.  $75/night


Ashley Craig

Ashley Elizabeth Craig is an artist and educator living in Camden, Maine.  She received a BMA in Media Arts from the University of South Carolina and an MFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, Georgia.  She has taught at the Savannah College of Art and Design, the University of South Carolina, Miami International University of Art and Design (MIUAD), Barry University and has now settled in at the Maine Media Workshops + College. 

In late 2012 Ashley, along with two colleagues started a not for profit organization, named Ticka-Arts. Ticka-Arts uncovers hidden talent within the photography community and showcases their work on their website as well as physical exhibitions at rotating locations in the US and the Caribbean. 

Ashley is active in the fine art community, exhibiting nationally in Massachusetts, Florida, Oregon, South Carolina, Georgia, Texas, and California. She participates in portfolio reviewing events and both attending and giving artist lectures and guest critiques.  Ashley also works curating both graduate and undergraduate exhibitions with Universities and Colleges.  She has been an active member in SPE since 2004 working with different committees and caucuses.

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Course Dates

Apr 16 to Apr 17



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