I’m participating in a panel discussion at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts on Sunday, October 13 entitled The Photography Futurescape.
Many of us have scanners and simple photo editing software on our home computers. Enlarging a print correctly and at high quality means calculating the size you want the new print to be before you even scan it.
Not too long ago, it you wanted to enlarge a photo, you would have needed a negative. How does photo enlargement work, both analog and digital? And if you want a photo enlarged now, how do you get it done?
I’ve been working on my own digital archive for most of 2014, and wow. It’s not necessarily a complex or difficult process, but I found that a system or workflow is imperative to keep from becoming overwhelmed. So, I made a workflow, and now I’m sharing it with you.