An interview with master digital printer Jack Duganne, who began printing for Graham Nash, and who coined the terms “Giclée”, and later founded Duganne Atellier. If you have ever wondered about the history of the now-ubiquitous term “Giclée”, or of the early pioneering days when fine-art digital printmaking began, then listen to this interview. Recorded at the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Photoshop World Conference, Las Vegas, in September 2006 by Harris Fogel.
Harris Fogel, posted 11/5/2006 (28:01)
For more information on Jack Duganne visit: www.duganne.com
Jack Duganne photographs by ©David Saffir