Archive for Printing

Pamela Cohen: Submersion: Venice

“Submersion Venice”, the newest exhibition by Pamela Cohen, is now on display at the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, OH.
In addition to her outstanding photography and creative in-camera image manipulation, the display presentation is unique.  “I really wanted these prints to pop off the wall and make the viewer feel engulfed in the images”, said Pamela, “and we were able to do just that while keeping them simple to install.”
Rudinec and Associates worked closely with Pamela to bring her vision to life.

A Practical Approach To Collection Photography

Presented at the Museum Association of New York’s annual conference in Cooperstown, NY, our session covered the entire spectrum of collection photography:

Laying a foundation by defining terminology and comparing file formats, we place emphasis on setting your standards both for photography and organizing and dissimulating digital files. Click here for download – Joseph Rudinec – Principal Presenter

The session then moves on to the decision making process of doing it yourself vs. hiring a professional.  Click here for download – Christina Milliman

If you ever wondered how a conservator uses technical photography to analyze a painting, you’ll be amazed at the information that can be obtained.  Click here for download – Nathan Sutton

The session ends by exploring potential uses for your images and addressing copyright concerns.  Click here for download – Evelyn Penman

We hope you find this to be a useful reference.  If you have any questions, would like more information or have a topic you would like addressed, just send us an email or call.

Email: rudinec@rudinec.com

Phone: 330-726-2572

Photo Decor – Italian Village Pizza

The Italian Village contacted us about duplicating old family photos, and then making prints to give a personal touch to their new restaurant in Greensburgh, PA.

We copied and then digitally restored them, giving a historical look to the images.

 

They chose our “Print and Stick” material for its sharpness and color fidelity.  The ability to move and re-position the images while eliminating the need, and cost of framing, was a big plus.

Visit them at 5126 Old Rte 30, Greensburg, PA 15061, to enjoy the food and the photographs.  Eugene really knows how to cook.