Professionals can shoot freely, preview images, and not worry about the cost of film when they master the enhancement capabilities of the powerful digital imaging program Adobe Photoshop. This approach to navigating the digital camera universe details the technical and creative changes that digital cameras have brought to traditional film photography. How a digital camera's features must be set differently from a film camera's to ensure correct digital exposure, color rendition, and resolution for high-quality, well-balanced images is thoroughly discussed. From the camera to the desktop, photographers learn how to cultivate a seamless digital workflow that can be applied to a studio or lab of any size. The preview stage, with tips on workflow output with slides, Web galleries, proof sheets, and prints is emphasized, providing photographers with the image techniques that can make or break the sale. A cache of the author's self-assignments, personal anecdotes, and insights are included to help photographers analyze scenes, develop ideas, and put their artistic vision into action with their new set of digitally enhanced tools.