Professional Strategies and Techniques for Digital Photographers

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For professional photographers, the transition to digital imaging requires changes in every aspect of their creative and professional lives. From new responsibilities for in-studio retouching and color correction, to educating clients about the advantages of digital imaging, the challenges are many. However, the advantages are also great. As the artists featured in this book show, never before have photographers had a greater ability to produce photographs and digital art that ...
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For professional photographers, the transition to digital imaging requires changes in every aspect of their creative and professional lives. From new responsibilities for in-studio retouching and color correction, to educating clients about the advantages of digital imaging, the challenges are many. However, the advantages are also great. As the artists featured in this book show, never before have photographers had a greater ability to produce photographs and digital art that truly reflect their creative vision.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781584281191
  • Publisher: Amherst Media, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/2004
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 8.54 (w) x 11.08 (h) x 0.32 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 4
1. Don Emmerich 5
Portraiture
Weddings
Digital Art High School Seniors Executive Portraits
2. Jim DiVitale 13
Commercial Digital Photographer
3. Phillip Stewart Charis 21
Elegance in Fine Portraiture
4. Eddie Tapp 27
Color Management
Commercial Photography
5. Russell Beach and Susie Beach 35
Commercial Photography
Portraits Restorations
Aerials
Brochure Printing
6. Joe Glyda 41
In-House Commercial Photographer
7. Stephen Marc 49
Educator
Digital Photographic Artist
8. Tim Kelly 57
Fine Portraiture
9. Sara Frances and Karl Arndt 65
Weddings
Portraits
Event Candids Sporting Events
Architectural and Interiors
10. Kevin Ames 71
Commercial Digital Photographer
11. Jane Conner-Ziser 79
Photo Retouching
Restoration
Fine Art Portraits
12. Bill Egar 87
Nature and Wildlife Photography
13. Robert Starling 95
Commercial
Digital Multimedia Video Presentations Brochure Printing
14. Dave Montizambert 101
Commercial
Corporate Head Shots CD Album Covers
15. Bob Cleere 109
Commercial
"Anything That Needs to Be Photographed"
16. Bob Coates 117
Wedding
Commercial
Brochure Printing Portraiture
Index 123
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