Make Your Scanner a Great Design & Production Tool
This book offers expert tips, techniques and neat ideas for successful scanning. Whether you're after a crisp, clean image or an outrageous special effect, Michael J. Sullivan will help you get it quicker and easier. He includes 6 inspiring case studies to show how other designers get great scans - plus an inspiring gallery of art that illustrates the possibilities. Heavy on the step-by-step instructions, this indispensable guide will help you get what you need out of your scanner ... and then some.
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