Real World Digital Photography

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Peachpit Press, 2003 - Computers - 698 pages
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Whether you're just making the transition from a lifetime of traditional photography or are looking to bring your digital photography skills in line with today's market, if you're serious about digital photography, you need this book. In the four years since the first edition was published, just about every aspect of digital photography has changed (often radically--and it's all covered in these pages. Organized in four major sections--Digital Processing Essentials, Digital Processing Techniques, The Digital Darkroom, and Output and Presentation--the focus here is on getting great pictures and spectacular printed output through a combination of smart techniques and the right equipment. As with all of the titles in the Real World series, the authors here realize that this entails learning not just techniques but the concepts behind them. For a professional-level understanding of the digital photography process--from how a digital camera works to advice on buying cameras and accessories, choosing hardware and software, downloading and outputting images, and more--this is the place to turn.

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PART ONE Digital Photography Essentials
How a Digital Camera Works
Buying a Digital Camera

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About the author (2003)

Veteran author Katrin Eisman has written numerous photography books, including the previous edition of this guide and Photoshop Restoration & Retouching. Sean Duggan, co-author of Photoshop Artistry, is a photographer and digital artist who is also an instructor for the photography department of the Academy of Art College in San Francisco. He writes a regular Photoshop tutorial column for MacDesign magazine. Tim Grey is a digital imaging instructor who has written for magazines, including Outdoor Photographer and PC Photo. He is also the editor of the quarterly publication The Digital Image.

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