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Fine Art Paper for Photographic Prints

Veronica Cotter with Kevin Anthuis

You are familiar with glossy and matte prints.  What happens to the image when printed on a 100% cotton paper, bamboo or textured paper? Does dye vs pigment ink make a difference to the overall look of the print?  Imagine an infared photo on a Photo Rag® Bright White or FineArt Baryta Satin paper.  Our Hahnemühle FineArt paper and printing experts will take you through the essentials of printing workflow: color management, monitor calibration, ICC profiles, contrast control (highlights & shadows), color correction and retouching. You will also look at the beautiful range of Hahnemühle FineArt papers.  Photo Rag®, Bamboo, William Turner, German Etching, FineArt Baryta Satin, Photo Rag® Baryta and FineArt Pearl. You will have a chance to print, look at images, discuss the various features and ask questions.

  • You will learn to evaluate the nature of different papers and how they will effect an image.   

  • Hands-on work will include photo review and paper-photo matching.

  • Bring to class your notebook, laptop and a thumb drive.



About Veronica Cotter 

Veronica Cotter is the Education Development Manager for Hahnemühle USA. Veronica has been in the Photo & Imaging Industry for more than thirty years. Her career began in analogue, working for companies that produced a high end range of B&W films and papers. Her current position with Hahnemühle USA provides the opportunity to connect with image makers to discuss the importance of printing and paper choice


About Kevin Anthuis

From his dual major of Photography and Physics Kevin has always joined the technical and the artistic. He brings the expertise of color, paper and printing formed in photography labs and honed in digital printing manufacturing and service companies. He continues his passion for photography in his work with Hahnemühle and his own teaching and photography endeavors. 


Veronica and Kevin are here due to the generous support of Hahnemühle. 

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