Digital Landscape Photography

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Course Technology, Oct 1, 2003 - Computers - 150 pages
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"Digital Landscape Photography" looks exclusively at the art of landscape photography, focusing on the stages between image capture and output. Techniques for creating impressive landscape photographs are described and illustrated in detail. It also shows how landscape effects can be achieved through software manipulation of film camera images which have been scanned into a computer. Concentrating on image manipulation, the book underlines the importance of good composition and general photography concepts. It is aimed at those new to photography, enticed by the falling prices of basic, but efficient, digital cameras. With a full-color, portrait layout, this book truly brings its images to life.

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Tim Gartside runs his own photographic and design company i

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