About CourseDan "Dano" Steinhardt from Epson is joined by Josh Haftel from Nik Software and our very own Matt Kloskowski for a class filled with discussion and demonstration centered around the art of the black and white print. In this class you'll learn about the key elements of a successful black and white photo and how to set up your digital workflow to take a photo captured in color through conversion to B&W in Nik's Silver Efex Pro 2 right on to printing on an Epson R3000. This class will fill you with inspiration and arm you with the knowledge to create your own killer black and white prints!
- Lesson 1: Introduction 11:38
- Lesson 2: What Makes a Good Black and White? 10:30
- Lesson 3: Stories Behind the Prints 09:26
- Lesson 4: Paper Types 12:03
- Lesson 5: Workflow Considerations 05:15
- Lesson 6: Overview of the Epson R3000 06:34
- Lesson 7: Overview of Silver Efex Pro 2 19:07
- Lesson 8: A Dano Kind of Picture 12:55
- Lesson 9: A Different Approach 14:15
- Lesson 10: Advanced Functionality 15:53
- Lesson 11: Print Workflow on Windows 07:50
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Recognized as a photographic imaging industry leader, Dan (Dano) Steinhardt has over three decades of business experience in photography. In addition to national academic achievement, Steinhardt was first recognized for his photography when Scholastic Magazine awarded him the Grand Prize as the best high school photographer in North America. As Marketing Manager at Epson America of Long Beach, CA, Steinhardt's responsibilities help position Epson as a key player in the photographic industry to high-end professional and amateur photo markets. He also works in the development of new imaging products for photographic markets. Steinhardt was fortunate to have attended Reseda High School in Los Angeles CA studying under the legendary Warren King. While still in high school, Steinhardt began assisting professional photographers in Hollywood CA. Because of his background at Reseda High and experience as a photo assistant, Steinhardt was awarded advanced standing at Brooks Institute of Photography, Santa Barbara CA where he double majored in Advertising/Illustration and Industrial/Scientific photography graduating with a Bachelors degree at the age of 20. After graduation from Brooks Institute, Steinhardt operated his own commercial photography studio in Chicago, IL from 1980 to 1988 specializing in advertising photography for national clients. During this time Steinhardt specialized in large format table-top product and food photography and was voted by American Photographer Magazine as, "New face in advertising photography". Before joining Epson, Steinhardt was a marketing director in the Professional Division at Eastman Kodak Company and held a variety of positions at Eastman Kodak in Rochester NY and New York City including strategic marketing director, market segment manager and professional imaging specialist. In addition to a bachelor's degree with honors from Brooks Institute of Photography, Santa Barbara, CA. He has completed additional studies in the business schools of Harvard University, Cambridge MA, the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.