Photoshop CS for Photography
The Art of Pixel ProcessingBook - 2004
This book has been written and designed expressly for photographers of all kinds - whether professional or amateur, black-and white or colour, film-based or digital. It explains how to improve images, maximise their potential and correct the commonest problems. The use of numerous screen-shots and the author's clear explanations will help photographers, whatever their level of experience, to use the computer easily, effectively and powerfully, no matter whether they are starting with film-based photography or digital images. It will encourage them to avoid the distractions of special effects filters and weird distortions that serve little practical purpose and to concentrate on creating simply superb images. that explore its full potential through worked examples. The detail is thorough, every step in each process is fully described, and all options that might be considered are discussed, with explanations as to when and why they should be rejected or adopted. Photoshop CS for Photography does not assume prior knowledge of either software or photography. It leads the reader step-by-step all the way from clearing dust specks from an image, through adjusting images for optimum tones and on to methods for reproducing dark-room techniques using basic computing equipment and an ink-jet printer.
Publisher: New York : Argentum Books, 2004
Branch Call Number: ANF 775.028553 ANG
Characteristics: 136 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 27 cm