You can learn more about our products, listen to professional advice or simply discover new points of view. Canson® Infinity E-Academy is made for you. In this space, you will find numerous videos about Digital Fine Art and Photos: managing color, hardware and software, printing problems, print finishing, etc. We invite you to watch the video presentation now.
We also have a series of Canson Infinity webinars which offer a more in-depth look at key topics related to getting the best from your prints. For advance notice of future webinars, please feel free to subscribe to our newsletter. These live meetings with professional photographers will be real exchanges where you can ask all your questions.
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Join Rocco Ancora as he shares his insights on his artistic and aesthetic considerations in selecting the right fine-art paper for your image. Printing is all about completing your vision as an artist and understanding that different paper stocks can express your vision in a different way. In order to produce a beautiful fine art print, a lot of scientific expertise is needed as well as artistic vision. The science part allows you to get the most out of the conversion of pixels into printed dots on paper. The artistic part is all about aesthetics and visual impact.
This webinar will cover how we combine science with the Canson Infinity papers to craft images into works of art that will last the test of time.
If there are any specific questions that you would like to address through the webinar, then please send these through to email@example.com with the headline “Rocco’s Webinar”.
We will endeavor to answer as many questions as possible.
In local time :
27/06/2019 – 7.00pm EDT (New York, USA)
28/06/2019 – 9.00am AEST (Melbourne, Australia)
28/06/2019 – 12.00am BST (London, England)
28/06/2019 – 1.00am CEST (Paris, France)
If the time of the live webinar is not suitable then please register and we will send you a link to the webinar directly.
“I decided to take my images and my love of fine art paper and combine them.”Watch video
Interest in Photography as an art form has exploded; not only in the fine art market but as an art form accessible to anyone that has an interest. Photographers are passionate about their craft. In s presentation, Susan Michal will discuss the passion behind the creative process.Watch video
Can a portrait be fine art? If so, what are the key elements that make a fine art portrait? In this video, Tim Walden walks you through the elements of creating a true fine art portrait. Listen as Tim describes several key elements in creating a dynamic portrait including the principles of exceptional lighting and how story telling is infused into great portraits. From there, Tim shares how to fulfill your efforts and artistry through making the perfect print. This video will inform and inspire those who want to take their portraits to a new skill level.Watch video
Finding the right paper for any artistic project can be a challenge. In this presentation Susan Michal will discuss some of the challenges all artist faces and how she decided which Canson Infinity papers would be the best choice for its Flowers in Transition exhibit’s.Watch video
Deciding to become an artist is a heartfelt calling, but figuring out how to get your art in front of qualified collectors can be a daunting task. Photographer Susan Michal.
Offers ideas and solutions that any artist can follow to help get their art out into the world.
Wilcovak bv in the Netherlands cooperates well together with Canson® Infinity.
The reason is that the new digital media compared to analog media is now daily in use for mounting into Diasec®. Worlds first and unsurpassed process for mounting in plexiglas.
In search for suitable printmedia to be used with Diasec®, it appeared that papers of Canson® Infinity turned out well in the Diasec® process. Together with the premium longevity properties of both brands, Wilcovak is able to serve their clients with a high quality product that is appreciated by high demanding artists, galleries and museums.