Piezo Pro, Piezo DN and platinum palladium
Production of digital negatives and contact printing with platinum palladium


Instructors : Dominique Laugé and Patrick Borie-Duclaud

The development of digital precision printing allows experimentation that could not have been dreamt of a few years ago. This is the reason why the Centre for photography offers a workshop on the production of large format digital negatives that allows traditional printing by contact. The participants will thus have the opportunity to merge digital and traditional photography in a creative way.

• presentation of Piezography Pro
• initiation into the production of digital negatives with Piezography Pro DN which uses only monochrome inks
• initiation into the production of digital negatives with Epson color printer and inks
• preparation of the files and printing of the negatives on both printers followed by the production of contact prints in the dark room. 24x30cm paper size.

This workshop will be of interest to any person familiar with digital photography who wishes to produce large format digital negatives from digital files.

Basic essentials : laptop, files to print, USB key.

Dates : to be defined - on demand

Terms of access  : examination of demands on arrival. Time of access according to each workshop dates.

Price : 1500€ euros inclusive of tax for four days with a registration fee of 420€.
Reduced price for professional photographers under 27.
Lunches at the Centre and material are included.
Group sizex : max. five

Spoken languages : French, English and Italian.

Sequences :
9:00 meet n’ greet
9:30 - 13:00 work
13:00 - 14:00 lunch
14:00 - 17:30 work
18:00 aperitif (on Saturday)

 Below, in French, you will find :
• The contract
• A detailed program
• A biography of Dominique Laugé
• Returns on workshop experience by participants
• Internal rules & regulation

If you find it difficult to understand the information given in these documents, please get in touch with us.

For the general conditions, follow this link : http://www.centrephoto-gaillac.com/-GTS

Photo : Dominique Laugé