Friday, March 8, 2013

Control Freak

Photographer Jeff Schewe admits, "I'm known as a kind of a technical guru, a printing guru; really those are all just means to an end, and the end is the optimal print that I can possibly make."
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Photographer Jeff Schewe admits, "I'm known as a kind of a technical guru, a printing guru; really those are all just means to an end, and the end is the optimal print that I can possibly make."

In this video, Schewe talks about his long history with digital imaging from its earliest days, how far the technology has come and how superior modern digital printing is to traditional print making. "As a photographer investing a lot of money on the capture side in terms of cameras and lenses, it makes sense to invest a modest amount on the print side," says Schewe. "You want to be able to output what you capture." Learn more.


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