Synopses & Reviews
Most books on digital imaging have followed the traditional imaging chain of input-manipulation-output. The Complete Guide to Digital Imaging
argues that the digital designer will achieve better results by following the reverse sequence: output-manipulation-input. If artists know the final usage, theyll be spared the aggravation of scanning a photo at ultra-high resolution when all thats really needed is a 100-pixel animated gif.
From providing tips on accurate previewing of images to clarifying color management systems and beyond, this valuable reference makes the complexities of digital imaging simple, understandable, and repeatable. Clear directions and hundreds of full-color illustrations demonstrate, step by step, how to achieve maximum results with minimum fussas well as get up and running quickly on image capture, image correction, output to print, and output to Web.
From tips on accurate previewing of images to clarifying color management systems, this reference uses step-by-step directions and clear illustrations to make the complexities of digital imaging simple, understandable, and repeatable.
About the Author
Joël Lacey has been writing on imaging for 20 years and contributes regularly to leading industry newspapers and magazines, including What Digital Camera, Focus, and New Scientist. Joël Lacey lives in East Stour, Dorset, England.