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Dan Burkholder and Inkpress Paper

"Inkpress has one of the widest spectrums of printing products in the digital arena, with papers that appeal to educators, to dedicated hobbyists and to demanding professionals alike. Inkpress's new Baryta Warm Tone paper is stunning with a sensuous surface and inviting base color, for those printers seeking a paper with the look and feel of fine silver gelatin printing paper. If you can't find a paper in the Inkpress line that fits your budget or has the premium quality and surface you demand, you probably need glasses!

As other transparency film suppliers narrow their selection of sheet sizes, Inkpress continues to offer a full range of sheet and roll film sizes that accept both dye and pigment inks. The digital inkjet negatives I make with Inkpress Transparency Film rival any digital negatives I've made over the past 16 years."

About Dan:

Dan Burkholder was one of the first photographic artists to embrace digital technology in the early 1990’s. True to his love of the traditional photograph, Dan uses digital technology to build images that still look and feel like real photographs, not like something from a graphic designer’s portfolio. Melding his unique vision with mastery of both the wet and digital darkrooms, his platinum prints are now included in many museum and private collections.
Originating the digital-negative process in 1992, Burkholder has helped open doors for all black and white photographers interested in moving into the new electronic technologies. His award-winning book, Making Digital Negatives for Contact Printing, is regarded as the most authoritative work in the field.
Dan has taught classes and workshops at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the lnternational Center of Photography in New York, the University of Texas at San Antonio, the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego and others. Active with the Texas Photographic Society for many years, he is currently serving on the Advisory Board for this organization.
Dan Burkholder was born in Hagerstown, Maryland, an agri-industrial community in the Appalachian Mountains. He attended Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, where he received his BA and Masters Degrees in Photography.
Dan lives in Palenville, New York, with his wife, Jill Skupin Burkholder, and their six cats.
Besides photography, Dan enjoys spending time with Jill, motorcyling, and exploring their new home in the Hudson River Valley. Dan remains hopeful that a different political climate (one not dominated by greed monsters and religious zealots) will return America to her rightful place as a nation of justice and generosity.

Visit Dan's website at www.danburkholder.com

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Inkpress Paper Reviews - What Proffesionals Say!

Inkpress Paper Reviews - What Proffesionals Say!

Dan Burkholder and Inkpress Paper

"Inkpress has one of the widest spectrums of printing products in the digital arena, with papers that appeal to educators, to dedicated hobbyists and to demanding professionals alike. Inkpress's new Baryta Warm Tone paper is stunning with a sensuous surface and inviting base color, for those printers seeking a paper with the look and feel of fine silver gelatin printing paper. If you can't find a paper in the Inkpress line that fits your budget or has the premium quality and surface you demand, you probably need glasses!

As other transparency film suppliers narrow their selection of sheet sizes, Inkpress continues to offer a full range of sheet and roll film sizes that accept both dye and pigment inks. The digital inkjet negatives I make with Inkpress Transparency Film rival any digital negatives I've made over the past 16 years."

About Dan:

Dan Burkholder was one of the first photographic artists to embrace digital technology in the early 1990’s. True to his love of the traditional photograph, Dan uses digital technology to build images that still look and feel like real photographs, not like something from a graphic designer’s portfolio. Melding his unique vision with mastery of both the wet and digital darkrooms, his platinum prints are now included in many museum and private collections.
Originating the digital-negative process in 1992, Burkholder has helped open doors for all black and white photographers interested in moving into the new electronic technologies. His award-winning book, Making Digital Negatives for Contact Printing, is regarded as the most authoritative work in the field.
Dan has taught classes and workshops at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the lnternational Center of Photography in New York, the University of Texas at San Antonio, the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego and others. Active with the Texas Photographic Society for many years, he is currently serving on the Advisory Board for this organization.
Dan Burkholder was born in Hagerstown, Maryland, an agri-industrial community in the Appalachian Mountains. He attended Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, where he received his BA and Masters Degrees in Photography.
Dan lives in Palenville, New York, with his wife, Jill Skupin Burkholder, and their six cats.
Besides photography, Dan enjoys spending time with Jill, motorcyling, and exploring their new home in the Hudson River Valley. Dan remains hopeful that a different political climate (one not dominated by greed monsters and religious zealots) will return America to her rightful place as a nation of justice and generosity.

Visit Dan's website at www.danburkholder.com

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