I’m incredibly proud today to tell you that we just released my new ebook with Craft & Vision!
The second eBook in C&V’s Masterclass series and my new book is the perfect primer regarding all things related to fine-art printing. No stone is left unturned as I explain everything you need to know about making beautiful, frustration-free prints.
In Part One of the book, I walk you through what it takes to get started, from buying a printer, selecting papers, and printing with profiles to take control of your printing, and we also look at printing with artistic borders.
In Part Two of the book, we Step it Up! and delve into Color Management, and you’ll be calibrating your display and printer (but only if you want to). I take you through some Fine Art Paper options, large format printers, and even take you step by step through creating a canvas gallery wrap and printing for exhibition.
If you have ever felt frustrated by your printing in the past, or you get good results, but not great, a read through my new 65 wide-page book, Making The Print, will get you printing photographs to be proud of in no time, without pulling your hair out.
Do check out the other offerings from Craft & Vision too while you’re there. I own most of these books, and have thoroughly enjoyed every one of them. This is what makes me even prouder than ever to now be a part of the Craft & Vision team of authors.
Special Offers on Making The Print and other C&V PDFs
For the next five days only, use the promotional code PRINT4 when you checkout to buy the PDF version of Making the Print for only $4 OR use the code PRINT20 to get 20% off when you buy 5+ PDF eBooks from the Craft & Vision collection. These codes expire at 11:59pm PST January 21, 2012.
I do hope you enjoy Making The Print!
- Martin Bailey
Oh, and don’t just take my word for it, check out these reviews…
By Sean McCormack: http://randompanderings.com/?p=1305
By Darryl Bueckert: http://dbueckertphoto.com/ebook-review-making-the-print/
By Paul Bousquet: http://paulbousquet.tumblr.com/post/16002819349/print
By Jose Antunes: http://www.pixiq.com/article/make-the-print-frame-it-and-expose-it
By Stan Olszewski: http://blog.soskiphoto.com/2012/01/book-review-making-print-by-martin.html