Vincent Versace – Black & White
April 14 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
One event on April 28, 2021 at 5:00 pm
Vincent Versace – Black & White Wednesday
April 14, 2021-April 14, 2021
05:00 pm -07:00 pm
Nikon Studio NX
April 7th @ 5PM FREE
One program does it all. Learn about the new Nikon Studio NX.
Bring the Nikon experience to your computer with NX Studio, a comprehensive image-processing suite designed for viewing, processing and editing images captured with Nikon digital cameras*. NX Studio integrates the image viewing features of ViewNX-i and processing/editing features of Capture NX-D into one piece of software, compatible with both Mac and Windows-based PC computers.
From Oz to Kansas: A brief Discussion About Capturing and Creating the Ultimate Digital Black and White Image.
April 14th @ 5PM
For most of us the love affair with the black and white image started with a film captured and silver printed image. The goal, today, is to take that which we fell in love with of film photography and apply it to digital photography. Where the once impossible in the analog world becomes merely an opinion in the digital world.
The issue is theories about digital black and white capture approaches and conversion techniques are like politicians making election promises. Every one of them claims to be the penultimate solution to your needs.
Regardless of their claims, usually, you find yourself still needing a solution that creates images that look like photographs and not like something the viewer sees as “something you did in Photoshop”.
This is the evolution of thought that began as a chapter in my first book “Welcome to Oz: From Oz to Kansas. How to convert an Image to Black and White Without Ever Leaving the RGB Color Space” and was finalized in the book “From Oz to Kansas: Almost every Black and White Conversion Technique Known to Man.”
The goal of this discussion with Nikon Ambassador, Epson Stylus Pro and xRite Coloratti Vincent Versace is to explore and understand the importance and power of color in the conversion process. You will learn a way of approaching your that will answer the three most asked questions: “Did you see that color image in black and white?”, “How come my black and white images don’t look like your black and white images?” and, “Can you teach me how to ‘see’ color in black and white?”