New Epson Complete Guide to Digital Printing

New Epson Complete Guide to Digital Printing

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by Rob Sheppard
     
 

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The very best guide to the world's best printers--now updated with information on the newest products!

Renowned digital photography author Rob Sheppard shows photographers how to get the most out of their Epson printing equipment. He outlines the most efficient workflow, provides printing tips and techniques, and suggests a wealth of other methods that go far

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The very best guide to the world's best printers--now updated with information on the newest products!

Renowned digital photography author Rob Sheppard shows photographers how to get the most out of their Epson printing equipment. He outlines the most efficient workflow, provides printing tips and techniques, and suggests a wealth of other methods that go far beyond the basics. How-tos for handling the most up-to-date technologies, step-by-step tips, and practical, proven real-world strategies that Rob has learned from experience will help photographers the produce top-quality prints they want…right at home.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781454702450
Publisher:
Pixiq
Publication date:
09/06/2011
Series:
Lark Photography Book Series
Edition description:
Revised
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
1,341,626
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

Rob Sheppard is a long-time photographer, respected writer, internationally known speaker and workshop leader, and was the long-time editor of the prestigious Outdoor Photographer magazine. He was also one of the principals who started Digital Photo (formerly PCPhoto) magazine over a decade ago to bring the digital world to photographers on their terms. Rob has served as the group editorial director of all Werner Publication photo magazines (Digital Photo, Outdoor Photographer, and Digital Photo Pro) and has written hundreds of articles about photography and nature, plus a wide range of books. His photography has been published in many magazines, ranging from National Geographic to The Farmer to, of course, Outdoor Photographer and Digital Photo. His website for photo tips, plus workshop and book information, is at www.robsheppardphoto.com. He is a regular contributor to Pixiq.com.

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New Epson Complete Guide to Digital Printing 2.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a beginning photographer who is interested in printing more than snapshot quality, this book provides a good overview and touches on all the subjects that a person needs to think about when planning to print art photos or larger images. The book is heavy on photographs, which is not necessarily a bad thing, but one of the most interesting aspects are the small--one to two page--introductions to professional photographers and some of their thoughts on the printing processes. These small conversations introduce the beginner to photo styles different from the author. I would definitely recommend this book--as I said, for the beginner such as myself--but for anyone who has done larger format printing and wants to fine-tune their technique, this is probably not the book they are looking for.
balmiesgirl More than 1 year ago
I had the previous version of this book and find the updated one to be even more valuable. I spent a lot of $ on my Epson printer but did not get professional looking photographic prints from it until after getting this book. This book is much easier to comprehend than the printer manual. If you have an Epson printer that you have not quite figured out.....you need this book.
BigDaveR More than 1 year ago
A fine book for someone who might not know what an inkjet printer is, but sorely lacking for anyone who actually will attempt to use one. It needs practical information, examples, ink advice, paper selection. Really it is no more informative than the information that comes with your printer, just better written. You could print following it, but you could print without it just as well. Perhaps you would have a better vocabulary to describe problems you encounter, but not be better armed to solve them. Look instead to Uwe Steinmuller's book, or John Paul Caponigro in Digital Photo Pro mag.
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