A Comprehensive Guide to Digital Photographic Output: Inkjet Printing, Email, On-line Printing, Archiving, Web Page Display

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Bloomsbury Academic, Aug 1, 2005 - Photography - 144 pages
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What makes digital photography so exciting is the way it lends itself to simple, yet dramatic enhancement of the original images. This fully illustrated sourcebook helps demystify the concepts, tools, and processes used to digitally manipulate images. Through an in-depth look at all the major digital output software currently available, and the techniques professionals use to create stunning digital images, photographers will learn to use color and mono inkjet printers (including running test prints and image matching), use special file formats and color profiles, and employing art effect papers and alternative ink systems. From understanding resolution and color capabilities to calibrating a reference monitor and setting up Photoshop for maximum efficiency, these skills will help any digital photographer produce better results.

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Duncan Evans has worked as a software programmer, a technical writer, a photographer's assistant as well as Editor of no fewer than ten national magazines, plus contributor to many more. He is a member of the Royal Photographic Society, currently with a Licentiateship distinction (LRPS). He has previously written two books for AVA; the hugely popular A Comprehensive Guide to Digital Portrait Photography and A Comprehensive Guide to Digital Glamour Photography.

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