Varnishing a photo for a painterly effect


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Varnishing a photo for a painterly effect

If you've watched my InkJet printing course you know that I'm just, don't think an image is done until it's on paper. And if you've watched Konrad Eek's Matting and Framing course you know that one of the things that you can do with that printed image is nicely matte it and frame it and hang it on a wall. This week on the practicing photographer Konrad is going to show us another way of presenting a printed image. Konrad, we're not going to matte and frame this week. We're going to do something else. >> Yeah, what I'd like to do with this image is mount it on board using an acid free adhesive and then varnish it as if it were a painting.

from Ben's course you'll have learned that to get the greatest tonal range in the print, it's best to work with a matte surface paper. >> Uhmm. >> But sometimes, some people just prefer a luster surface. Sometimes, for display reasons, you might want to exhibit a print with a luster surface. And the techni...

Varnishing a photo for a painterly effect
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