The Photographers Digital Studio: Transferring Your Photos Into Pixels
by Joe Farace
Publisher's Description
Joe Farace is fast becoming the most published author on digital photography and The Photographer's Digital Studio shows why. It covers everything from choosing between Windows and Macintosh to what you need in your camera bag.
Amazon.com Review
The Photographer's Digital Studio teaches traditional photographers all about digital photography. The book offers guidance on buying the hardware and software you need to get started, including whether to buy a Windows or Macintosh system and what to look for in a monitor. The next part of the book covers the technology behind digital cameras, video cameras, and scanners--as well as what products to look for when buying. There's also information on lab processes, such as Photo CD, and how to use several popular Windows and Macintosh image editors, such as Adobe Photoshop, Fractal Design Painter, Corel Photo-Paint, Micrografx Picture Publisher, Jasc's Paint Shop Pro, Pixel Resources' PixelPaint Professional, Color It!, and plug-ins. The Photographer's Digital Studio also provides a thorough discussion of output, which ranges from image management and screen savers to printers, color management, and service bureaus. A full-color insert illustrates a number of image-editing techniques. The back of the book features a glossary of digital imaging terms and a list of manufacturers of cameras, scanners, and software.
ISBN: 0201884003
Publisher: Peachpit Press
Paperback : 366 pages
Language: English
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