Using the digital darkroom to perfect underwater images, this guide is loaded with tips on how to finesse, fine-tune, retouch, and enhance underwater film scans and digital images with Adobe Photoshop. This comprehensive look at the required setup for a digital darkroom outlines the necessary hardware, monitor calibration, and room lighting, in addition to providing a survey of the top editing tools and descriptions of the most tried-and-true correction techniques. Step-by-step instructions explain how to group underwater images for editing; approach corrections for images that require a multi-step enhancement process; and choose the right output options for printed images, video, slide shows, and Web viewing.
|Publisher:||Amherst Media, Incorporated|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||10 MB|
About the Author
Jack Drafahl and Sue Drafahl are the authors of "Advanced Digital Camera Techniques," "Digital Imaging for the Underwater Photographer," "Master Guide for Underwater Digital Photography, Photo Salvage with Adobe Photoshop," and "Plug-ins for Adobe Photoshop." They are also popular lecturers and contribute regularly to magazines such as "Petersen Photographic," "Rangefinder, "and" Sportdiver." They both live in Tillamook, Oregon.