Photo course: laminate laminating

Bojan radojkovic conveys the crucial basics of lamination and lamination in his workshop. Collection means raising a photograph on a strap material. When lamination, the surface of a photograph is glued with a transparent film, which protects photos from dirt and mechanical stress. If photos are covered by both sides with a laminate, one speaks of an encapsulation.

Photo course: Coiling & amp; laminate

Photo expert bojan radojkovic explains the practical basics of laminating in his course and laminating photos.

A seal or raising on a base makes photos robust and recommends, for example, for presentations and measuring. After a brief introduction on lamination and lamination, first follow the principles of practical implementation. Both the important factors such as time, temperature, prere and moisture, as well as the method and material selection come to the language. In the example, typical lamination and lamination techniques are presented with their advantages and disadvantages.

As a matter of principle, everyone can laminate and laminate his own photos themselves, but whether that makes sense, depends on the number of photos, time-budget and the acquisition costs. Thereafter, problems find and typical errors find a room for discussion and the correct presentation or the right retirement is analyzed. At the end of the workshop, the goals will be illustrated again that you can assess yourself in the context of the practical application at the end itself.

Dates and registration

We have limited the number of participants to zwolf’s place, as this course is very intensive. The one-year events will be found on saturday, the 13. September 2014 in the rooms of the image and frame company karhauser-breuer in koln, which also provides the machines. In the course of the course of 199 euro incl. Vat. Is already the use of the machines as well as material consumption and the food. Here you can sign up for the course.

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