Real World Digital Photography
Whether you’re a serious photographer or a hobbyist, the advice and instruction found in this comprehensive, best-selling guide to digital photography will help you advance your skills to produce consistent professional results.
Real World Digital Photography addresses the wide range of topics surrounding digital photography, including up-to-date descriptions of the latest camera technologies, expert advice for taking better photographs, and tips and techniques for optimizing images to look their best in print and on the Web. Adventurous photographers can explore new sections explaining high dynamic range as well as panoramic and night photography. You’ll also learn how to establish an effective, efficient workflow using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop — the two must-have tools for any serious photographer.
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Digital Photography Essentials
1 Nuts and Bolts of Digital Imaging
2 How a Digital Camera Works
3 Essential Accessories
Digital Photography Techniques
4 Digital Photography Foundations
5 Seeing the Light
6 Multiple Exposures and Extending the Frame
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