John Jacoberger will present a program on Printing Techniques.  He has a deep wealth of experience and his sharing will help us to make better prints.

Brief Bio:
I have always enjoyed photography, but only began pursuing it seriously in 2010. Most of my images are of architecture, landscapes and objects, and are of subjects that allow me to explore form and the unseen and uncommon detail in ordinary things. The goal is for my viewers to have a sense of wonder and feel as though they’re being drawn into a slice of reality that normally goes unnoticed and have a feeling of timelessness.
The greatest influences in my work have been my father, who was a printer and avid amateur photographer and taught me a great deal about color and composition. Also the photographers of images like those of Life Magazine and National Geographic, where the pictures capture the attention or imagination of the viewer and draw them in to tell a story.