Go Digital: Keep the Past Alive!

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Evergreen, 2006 - Computers - 160 pages
Provides information on converting and storing old film and photos to digital prints, cine film and video tape to DVD, audio tape and vinyl to CD and MP3, old files onto new computers.

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Contents

W Photoediting software
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EVERGREEN is an imprint of SECTION 2
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The llex Press Limited
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Copyright

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Steve Luck has combined his interest in photography with a career in publishing by managing and developing a growing series of books on digital imaging published by Ilex Press. As well as exploring the world of digital photography Steve began to immerse himself in the new technologies of Photoshop and other digital-imaging applications. He has co-authored a number of books on digital photography and imaging including Photoshop Elements: Drop-dead Photography Techniques (Ilex), The Digital Photographer's Guide to Photoshop Elements (Ilex), Go Digital (Taschen), as well as authoring his first solo title Foundation Course: Digital Photography (Cassell), all of which have featured his own photography.

Keith Martin is a trained graphic designer with experience in print, photography, and all forms of electronic design. He has used Macs since 1986, and started creating multimedia productions in 1989. He first started experimenting with Web design in 1993, and is constantly thankful for today's visual Web page design tools. He is Macuser magazine's technical editor, and the author of Web Expert: Color and the Haynes Mac Manual. He lives online and in South London, and spends his spare time making custom software, creating Web sites and discussing interface design, advising and lecturing at his old college - the London College of Printing - and practicing off-road unicycling with his sons.

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