Pro Photographer's D-SLR Handbook
Michael Freeman has a well-earned reputation for effectively explaining the concepts behind digital picture-taking. Here, he turns his attention to professionals and advanced hobbyists who need help moving to digital and mastering the latest technology. Taking into account contemporary cameras’ latest features, such as high resolution sensors, image stabilization, and dust reduction, Freeman thoroughly answers the most frequently asked questions about digital capture, storage, printers, and scanners. Photographers will learn the different file formats and how to save images for print and publishing on the web. They’ll explore valuable software tools and basic image processing programs that fix common problems, and see how to improve pictures using an assortment of cropping and filtering techniques. The smart, detailed advice will give photographers confidence as they enter the digital world.
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