Item description for The World of Lith Printing: The Best of Traditional Darkroom and Digital Lith Printing Techniques by Tim Rudman...
Tim Rudman's first book on lith printing, The Master Photographer's Lith Printing Course,is recognized as the definitive work on the subject, exploring the process's ability to produce strongly graphic or exquisitely delicate prints that respond beautifully to toning. Since it was first published, there have been significant developments in both the materials and techniques for traditional lith printing, as well as the introduction of digital methods either to simulate the process or to further expand its creative potential. The book includes work by the world's leading practitioners, showing what can be achieved by adopting different approaches to lith printing, both traditional and digital, as well as explaining how the various effects have been achieved. Tim Rudman, a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, is also the author of The Photographer's Master Printing Course and The Photographer's Toning Book
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.94" Width: 9.45" Height: 1.02" Weight: 2.03 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2007
Publisher Aurum Press
ISBN 1902538455 ISBN13 9781902538457
Reviews - What do customers think about The World of Lith Printing: The Best of Traditional Darkroom and Digital Lith Printing Techniques?
Wonderful cross section of Lith Printing Jun 7, 2008
I started lith printing about a year ago (based on Tim's other lith printing book) and haven't stopped since. This book shows examples of different styles and techniques that really helped me to understand what it possible. Since there are few references on the subject, this book provides needed inspriation to those of us that want to become better lith printers. The only shortcoming is that many of the materials listed are discontinued. The good news is that many new, suitable materials have emerged. Tim keeps a reasonably up to date list on his web site.