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Jamie M. Stukenberg

    Jamie Stukenberg is a lifelong resident of northern Illinois. His goal of an engineering career shifted in the 1980’s when the onset of computer-aided drafting sparked his interest in computer graphics. He developed his skills by working with some of the earliest digital retouching computer technology. The partnering of these skills with a lifelong history of hobby photography inspired by his father provided a natural fit as he merged into digital photography. His natural eye for identifying the file quality needed for museum catalog print enables him to see the final goal from the viewfinder.
     Jamie has been employed for the past fifteen years by Professional Graphics Inc., Rockford, Illinois. His most recent project is Jasper Johns: Gray for the Art Institute of Chicago. Other clients include Illinois State University, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale University Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Whitney Museum of American Art, The J. Paul Getty Museum, The LaSalle Bank Photography Collection, The John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Studio Blue Design and many private art collectors.   PGI web site:

Panel: Making Books: Text/Context
Topic: Color Correction in Digital Photography
(Friday morning)

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