John Lewell gained MA (Hons) in English & Fine Art from Peterhouse, Cambridge, and went on to study film and television at Guildford School of Art. For several years he worked for audio visual systems manufacturer Electrosonic (www.electrosonic.com), moving to the United States to establish a New York office for this market-leading company. After publishing books and articles on the use of photography in AV shows he turned to lecturing and full-time writing, becoming West Coast Editor of "Computer Pictures" magazine and U.S. correspondent for several European journals. Returning to the U.K, John Lewell pioneered new directions in web content with Internet ProductWatch and became European correspondent for the U.S. publication InternetNews.com. As director of his own public relations consultancy he handled accounts for Kodak Graphics Division, Genigraphics, Real World Graphics and other companies. He now combines his expertise in photography and digital technology to inform and educate via books, articles and Internet projects.
The Digital Photographer's Software Guideby John Lewell
"The Digital Photographer's Software Guide" is your comprehensive guide to the full range of photographic software and plug-ins available to assist in digital photography editing and output. Written for digital photography enthusiasts of all levels, from the novice to the serious hobbyist, and to accommodate any budget, the book provides solutions to meet every
"The Digital Photographer's Software Guide" is your comprehensive guide to the full range of photographic software and plug-ins available to assist in digital photography editing and output. Written for digital photography enthusiasts of all levels, from the novice to the serious hobbyist, and to accommodate any budget, the book provides solutions to meet every photographic need, including enhancement, manipulation, special effects, color management, slide show and scrapbook creation, archiving, image rescaling, and much more. There is even coverage of professional-level tools, technical diagnostic software, and studio management, and an in-depth look at two popular photographic workflow products, Apple's Aperture and Adobe Lightroom. Each chapter focuses on a specific type of software, detailing every individual product available including technical specifications, suitability for various scenarios, and full contact information to help you locate the product and get support from the developer. Chapters are organized so that you can choose the software type you are interested in and quickly and easily find the information you need. This complete guide combines coverage of over 300 digital photography software products into one convenient handbook to help you become mor efficient, creative, and satisfied with your photographic output.
- Cengage Learning
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- New Edition
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- 7.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.30(d)
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