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If you’re a photographer, this book brings together the best ways to do things you once did with film and darkroom, plus the stuff you simply couldn’t do before Photoshop. This is no “mere cookbook”: Martin Evening offers thoughtful advice on everything from calibrating displays to creating montages.
This big book is laser-focused on the techniques photographers need to know. Darkroom effects, correction and image repair, layer effects, high-quality digital image capture: It’s all here. If you’re a still-life studio photographer, you’ll learn how to save time on masking. Have an image that suffers from pin-cushioning or “barrel lens” effects? You’ll learn how to fix it. Evening also thoroughly demystifies color management, so you’ll have a fighting chance of actually winding up with the color you’re aiming for. Bill Camarda, from the September 2005 Read Only