Digital Darkroom by Joel Lacey, Peter Cope, Joel Lacey
This is the definitive guide to digital photography for professional and amateur photographers, with everything you need to know on setting up with digital technology and experimenting with images in Photoshop 7.0. The Digital Darkroom introduces the basics of digital photography (explaining resolution, pixels, digital process, digital images, etc.), followed by inspiring project-based illustrations of innovative practices, and practical workshops to promote greater skill. It also covers printing issues and equipment, including a user-friendly glossary of terms and a quick-reference keyboard shortcut page.
Reflecting the domination of the digital image processing market by Photoshop, The Digital Darkroom is software-specific, so offers a precise and comprehensive view of the possibilities of the tools.
Concise, practical advice, coupled with easily accessible, user-friendly design, make this book a vital resource for digital photographers.
Jo�l Lacey is a prolific writer, having worked as technique editor and technical editor on Amateur Photographer magazine, as launch editor of Total Imaging magazine, and contributor to national UK newspapers and magazines. He is the author of three previous books, including Going Digital:Wedding and Portrait Photography for Rotovision. Jo�l lives in the English countryside.