An Illustrated A-to-Z of Digital Photography

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This encyclopedic, visually spectacular guide is an essential resource for anyone striving to understand cutting-edge digital design theory and practice. As digital-based imagery grows increasingly popular, a rich vocabulary of technical language has emerged. These insider terms and instructions can completely mystify beginners and experts alike, hindering their progress. But with this thoroughly practical, stylishly laid-out A-to-Z of tips, facts, and exercises that hone skills and explain the hidden functions ...

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This encyclopedic, visually spectacular guide is an essential resource for anyone striving to understand cutting-edge digital design theory and practice. As digital-based imagery grows increasingly popular, a rich vocabulary of technical language has emerged. These insider terms and instructions can completely mystify beginners and experts alike, hindering their progress. But with this thoroughly practical, stylishly laid-out A-to-Z of tips, facts, and exercises that hone skills and explain the hidden functions of the digital camera, all photographers can be in the know. It ranges from "Architecture" to "Zoom," features a detailed index, and contains a complete course of unique Photoshop tutorials that present both fundamental and advanced techniques. It's the short cut to joining the digital revolution, and getting great results.

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In recent years, swarms of books on digital photography have been published for both amateurs and professionals. Clearly intended for amateurs, this book is similar to many of the introductory guides but takes a somewhat different approach. Photographer/photojournalist Atherton and photography journalist Crabb (arts & tutorial director, What Digital Camera Online) have divided the book into four sections-an introduction, digital capture, Photoshop, and reference-devoting most of the text to digital capture, which is arranged alphabetically. In clear pose, the knowledgeable authors cover many broad topics in one or two pages well illustrated with vivid color and black-and-white images. Action, animals, people, nature, travel photography, and zoom lenses are among the topics discussed, as are those more directly related to digital photography, such as editing software, file formats, scanning, and sensors. The authors offer good tips for making photographs, and though the coverage may feel a little arbitrary, it is fairly comprehensive. A handy introduction; recommended for all libraries where there is interest in amateur photography.-Raymond Bial, First Light Photography, Urbana, IL Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
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  • ISBN-13: 9782884790772
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
  • Publication date: 3/1/2005
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 9.08 (w) x 10.56 (h) x 0.58 (d)

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