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Publisher Comments:

This project-driven book is uniquely user-friendly and aims to show all the processes visually and simply.

Synopsis:

Digital Photographer's Handbooks are a highly successful series, the perfect toot for any photographer wishing to experiment with the endless possibilities that digital technology offers. The books are split into subjects, and each photograph is accompanied by a step-by-step explanation of how the effects/manipulations were achieved. No other digital photo books are subject-led and break down the image so visually and simply, making this a series of truly indispensable guides to the digital photographer. Special Effects, Retouching and Restoration is the fourth in the series and looks at the breadth of special effects and manipulations achievable using digital technology. The book is project-driven and aims to show all the processes visually and simply, allowing the digital photographer to follow the manipulations step by step with jargon-free text. Images are dealt with in four logical sections: Shoot it, Scan it, Manipulate in and Print it. Special Effects, Retouching and Restoration answers the question, 'why digital?', addressing the advantages of digital versus traditional photography. It also features real-life projects, illustrating how to use digital technology to its full capacity.

Synopsis:

Examining the breadth of special effects and manipulations acheivable using digital technology, this project-driven title aims to show all the processes visually and simply, allowing the digital photographer to follow the manipulations step by step with jargon-free text.

Product Details

ISBN:
9782880467531
Subtitle:
Retouching and Restoration
Author:
Daly, Tim
Publisher:
Rotovision
Location:
Crans-Práes-Câeligny
Subject:
Photography
Subject:
Photographs
Subject:
Techniques - Digital
Subject:
Computer Graphics - Image Processing
Series:
Digital Photographer's Handbook
Series Volume:
2492
Publication Date:
January 2004
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
112
Dimensions:
8.12x9.13x.34 in. .98 lbs.

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Product details 112 pages Rotovision - English 9782880467531 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Digital Photographer's Handbooks are a highly successful series, the perfect toot for any photographer wishing to experiment with the endless possibilities that digital technology offers. The books are split into subjects, and each photograph is accompanied by a step-by-step explanation of how the effects/manipulations were achieved. No other digital photo books are subject-led and break down the image so visually and simply, making this a series of truly indispensable guides to the digital photographer. Special Effects, Retouching and Restoration is the fourth in the series and looks at the breadth of special effects and manipulations achievable using digital technology. The book is project-driven and aims to show all the processes visually and simply, allowing the digital photographer to follow the manipulations step by step with jargon-free text. Images are dealt with in four logical sections: Shoot it, Scan it, Manipulate in and Print it. Special Effects, Retouching and Restoration answers the question, 'why digital?', addressing the advantages of digital versus traditional photography. It also features real-life projects, illustrating how to use digital technology to its full capacity.
"Synopsis" by , Examining the breadth of special effects and manipulations acheivable using digital technology, this project-driven title aims to show all the processes visually and simply, allowing the digital photographer to follow the manipulations step by step with jargon-free text.
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