I’m happy to announce an upcoming show of my pigment inkjet prints in New Brunswick, NJ from 8/28-9/16/2009. New York City and Japan are places that have had a profound effect on me. In the case of NYC, it started at about age 5, and in the case of Japan, age 18. In this show, I include about 25 images from both places, from 20×24 framed prints to 40×70 inch prints on canvas.
Below is the show information:
East + West: Photographs of New York and Japan by Andrew Darlow
Curated by Michiko Mull
August 28 – September 16, 2009
Alfa Art Gallery
108 Church Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Opening Reception: Friday, August 28 @ 6:30-9pm
Lecture and Slide Show by Andrew Darlow at 7pm
At 7pm on August 28, I’ll be showing slides from my trips to North America, Europe and Japan over the last 20 years. Following the presentation, I will have 11×14 prints and large posters available for purchase.
I hope to see some InkjetTips.com readers there!
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I recently had the honor of being interviewed for a segment of Photofocus, a podcast and website run by Scott Bourne. Most of the show is a collection of questions from readers/listeners of the show, and I think that the information presented is excellent. The main contributors to the show are Scott Bourne and Rick Sammon. They have both put a lot of film and flash cards through many cameras, and they really know their stuff.
On the show I answered some questions about how inkjet papers can be used for things other than traditional prints, and I covered some suggestions regarding image resolution.
The site is filled with a lot of photo tips and info, and I believe it is well worth a look for newbies to professional photographers. Visit this page on the site to listen to the show and read the show notes, or you can subscribe to the podcast on their site.
I’m very happy to announce that 301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques: An Essential Printing Resource for Photographers was recently chosen as the winner in the “Photography: Instructional/How-To” category of The National Best Books 2008 Awards, sponsored by USA Book News. As I’m quoted in the press release below, I have many people to thank.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NEW YORK – USABookNews.com, the premiere online magazine and review website for mainstream and independent publishing houses, announced the winners and finalists of THE NATIONAL “BEST BOOKS” 2008 AWARDS (NBBA) on October 20, 2008. Over 500 winners and finalists were announced in over 140 categories covering print and audio books. Awards were presented for titles published in 2008 and late 2007.
“301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques: An Essential Printing Resource for Photographers (Course PTR)” by Andrew Darlow was chosen as the winner in the ‘Photography: Instructional/How-To’ category of The National Best Books 2008 Awards, sponsored by USA Book News.
Andrew Darlow, author of the 528 page book says: “I’m extremely honored that 301 Inkjet Tips and Techniques was chosen as the winner in the ‘Photography: Instructional/How-To’ category of The National Best Books 2008 Awards, sponsored by USA Book News. I sincerely thank so many who helped make the book possible, including the whole production and editorial staff at Course PTR, the book’s Series Editor, Harald Johnson, and over 25 photographers and other guest artists whose stunning imagery and advice appear throughout the book. It is a privilege to share the pages of the book with them.”
I just posted this announcement on The Imaging Buffet about the two hour seminar that I’m giving this week at the PhotoPlus Expo at the Javits Center in New York City. I’ve been busy testing new papers, and revisiting many others that I’ve used over the years. I’m also testing and researching new printers so that I have all the info I need to share my thoughts and experiences.
Below is a description of my seminar:
How To Choose the Right Inkjet Printers and Papers (TC8)
Thursday, Oct 23, 2008: 3:45 PM – 5:45 PM
This lecture/demonstration by Andrew Darlow—photographer, consultant and author—covers the following: an overview of pro-quality printers from Canon, Epson and HP; a description of more than 20 recommended inkjet papers (including glossy, fiber gloss, and watercolor); and tips for optimizing print quality with specific papers and printers, such as how to effectively coat papers and canvas for better protection and longevity. Selected prints output from Canon, Epson and HP printers will be on display, and participants will receive more than 25 letter-sized blank sheets of high-end inkjet papers for testing. Handouts describing the papers and products discussed during the workshop will also be provided.
As I count them up, I will actually be giving to each participant more than 40 letter-sized blank sheets of high-end inkjet papers (2 sheets each more than 20 gloss, semi-gloss, fiber gloss and fiber-semi-gloss, matte and watercolor papers) from a number of different companies. These were chosen by me because I’ve tested them and think that they are worth trying (primarily if you have a pigment-based inkjet printer).
There are only 100 spaces available for this workshop. To check pricing, or to register, visit the PhotoPlus Expo website registration page.
About PDN PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo
Designed for professionals in the photographic and imaging industries, PDN PhotoPlus showcases the latest advances in photography, both traditional and digital. Held annually at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, attendees have the opportunity to explore an inspiring array of photography and imaging products and services – everything from image capture and color management to retouching and storage – all from the industry’s leading manufacturers.
The show also offers over 100 photography and imaging seminars and hands-on workshops taught by world-renowned experts with a focus on cutting-edge innovations in digital imaging products and techniques.
More information on PDN PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo is available at:
I was recently interviewed by Scott Bourne of TWIP (This Week in Photography) about some of the inkjet printers I recommend (you can see the comments that follow the article for one correction about a RIP I mentioned).
Here is a link to the article where you can either subscribe to the podcast or just listen to the interview as an mp3.
I think that the TWiP site offers a wealth of info about photography and imaging.