Digital Work Flow: Scanning Workshop
Instructor: Ido Abramsohn
Saturday, June 4, 2016
10 am – 1 pm (1 session)
Cost $100 ($90 BAXTER ST at CCNY members)
The maximum number of students in this class is 5.
Register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone, 212.260.9927.
This scanning workshop is intended for photographers who want to understand the basic concepts of scanning and to establish a workflow that will help them get the maximum capacity out of their scans. The three-hour workshop will focus on the best practices of scanning with the devices available at BAXTER ST at CCNY, mainly the Hasselblad Imacon. We will review some basic digital concepts that can affect our final results. We will go over how to get these results out of the Imacon scanner, and create a digital master that can be used for multiple purposes. Finally, we will go over the steps of converting a negative to a positive in an efficient and consistent way.
Born and raised in Jerusalem, Israel, Ido Abramsohn currently lives and works in NYC. He received his BA in photography with honors from Hadassah Academic College in Jerusalem. Abramsohn’s work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world, including Haifa Museum of Art (Haifa, Israel), Bronx Museum of Art (New York, NY), Museum on the Seam (Jerusalem, Israel), Site Specific Art Fair (Tel Aviv, Israel), and Fresh Paint Contemporary Art Fair (Tel Aviv, Israel). His website is www.idoabramsohn.com.