50 Fast Digital Photo Techniques

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Wiley, Jul 15, 2001 - Photography - 432 pages
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50 Fast Digital Photo Techniques is an immensely useful book for anyone wanting to take advantage of photo-quality printers, digital cameras, Web technologies, Adobe's Photoshop, and other top photo editing apps. The techniques are valuable to those with artistic skills as well as those without -- they enable everyone to enjoy successful creation of fine art images and prints! The step-by-step and richly illustrated collection of awesome techniques are easily accessible and understandable to users on every level.

This is a new kind of Photoshop book -- one that can help both casual users and professional users create and enjoy fine art prints without having to become an expert in Photoshop.

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Photoshop is the holy grail of image processing programs, but it can also be fairly difficult to master. This book doesn't necessarily demystify PShop, but it does provide some quick, easy-to-use ... Read full review

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Gregory Georges has been an active photographer for over 25 years. During this time, he has taken pictures with medium format, 35mm, and digital cameras resulting in a collection of over 15,000 images. He is also the author of the book Digital Camera Solutions. Gregory is also a Contributing Writer for eDigitalPhoto magazine which is a new sister publication to Shutterbug magazine.

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