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Rick Sammon's Complete Guide to Digital Photography 2.0: Taking, Making, Editing, Storing, Printing, and Sharing Better Digital Images Featuring Adobeby Rick Sammon
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In this thorough revision of his best-selling guide, Rick Sammon covers all the steps in the digital photographic process. The book teaches basic technical picture taking and the art of photography, plus introductory and advanced digital techniques.
Orchestrating over 1,000 images into easy-to-read lessons, Sammon uses an approach of "learning to see and seeing to learn" with pairs of images, software screen shots, and the best photographs from his own shooting assignments.
New for this edition, all the image editing tips feature the popular Adobe Photoshop® Elements®; file format discussions now include working with Camera RAW files; and more than 170 new color images have been added.
Book News Annotation:
This is a guide to using Adobe Photoshop Elements that is designed to meet the needs of those brand new to photography to those experienced with digital photography who simply need further guidance on the uses of the particular software. He discusses basic picture taking, digital editing, special digital effects and techniques, and other topics. The text is illustrated throughout with photographs from the authors own shooting assignments and screenshots showing how to use the Adobe Photoshop Elements. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
"Clear, concise, lively, well-organized and opinionated."--Popular Photography and Imaging
'Clear, concise, lively, well-organized and opinionated."Popular Photography and Imaging
About the Author
Rick Sammon writes on photography, travel, and conservation. Guest host on ESPN's Photo Safari, he also has two photography series on the DIY Network and is a frequent photography workshop instructor. He lives in New York's Hudson River Valley.
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