Introduction to Digital Photography

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Prentice Hall, Nov 1, 2001 - Photography - 123 pages
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Using a photographer's perspective, this introduction to digital photography shows how digital photography relates to traditional photography, how it can improve traditional picture-making, and how it diverges from traditional photography to open up new avenues for creative growth. It shows how to customize digital images for many modes of distribution, including desktop printers, World Wide Web, CD-ROMs, film recorders, and alternative non-silver processes. It provides detailed, step-by-step guidance throughout the entire range of digital studio processes, and explains how specific procedures can lead to better image making. Each topic is conveniently covered in a self-contained, two-page spread. Color Photography. Introduction to Digital Imaging. Image Capture and storage. Basic Image Editing. Beyond Basic Image Editing. Digital Printing and Electronic Publishing.

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Contents

CHAPTER
1
USING FILTERS
8
AN OVERVIEW
14
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Joseph Ciaglia is an educator, landscape photographer, and author of Prentice Hall's "Introduction to Digital Photography." He enjoys shooting panoramic landscapes of the American West using a combination of film and digital techniques.

Peter Kuhns is a validation analyst, technical writer, and aspiring photographer. Mr. Kuhns has co-written game titles and Windows-related books. He is currently researching wireless and handheld computing.

Barbara London and John Upton are the authors of "Photography," now in its eighth edition. It is a major college textbook that has dominated introductory college courses in photography since its publication and now in its eighth edition. Barbara London has published many critically acclaimed five-star photography books for beginning and intermediate photographers, including "A Short Course in Photography.

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