Synopses & Reviews
This is a new book, modeled after the long-running and widely used Short Course in Photography, which presents the medium entirely in its current, electronic form. In additional to covering the basic techniques of photography, this text covers the impact of computers on this important art form. Including information on how to transfer your pictures to a computer and make sure they are organized and safe from loss and how to best use computer software to make your photographs look their best.
A Short Course in Digital Photography is designed to fit introductory, one-semester courses devoted to digital photography only; this book will NOT contain any coverage of film cameras or film. The strength of this, along with the other London/Stone texts, is that this book pays attention to teaching students how to compose great photographs while supplying accessible technical information.
A Short Course in Digital Photography is designed to fit introductory, one-semester courses devoted to digital photography only. Digital Photography; Camera; Lens; Exposure; Image Capture; Your (Editing) Workspace and Tools; Image Editing; Printing; Organizing and Storing Your Work; Print Finishing and Display; Lighting. For people want to learn about digital photography, and for those who want to learn how to create better pictures.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Camera
Chapter 2: Lens
Chapter 3: Exposure
Chapter 4: Image Capture
Chapter 5: Your (Editing) Workspace and Tools
Chapter 6: Image Editing
Chapter 7: Printing
Chapter 8: Organizing and Storing Your Work
Chapter 9: Print Finishing and Display
Chapter 10: Lighting
Chapter 11: Seeing Like a Camera
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