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Whether you're a new photographer or an experienced pro, this book will guide you through the labyrinth of options and choices you face from the moment you see a photo opportunity to the time you share your final results. And it will help you minimize the time needed to fix your mistakes along the way.
Through step-by-step procedures based on years of experience, professional photographer Ken Milburn describes a complete workflow sequence that begins with essential equipment and preparation, takes you through detailed editing techniques, and ends with your finished images looking the way you want, ready to be shown to the world.
This completely revised edition of Milburn's original bestseller teaches you everything you need to do before, during, and after the editing process.
- Be prepared with the right equipment
- Get the basic shots right
- Organize your photos and find the gems
- Make reversible adjustments
- Refine your images with care
- Use special effects cautiously and tastefully
- Publish and share your images effectively
You'll also learn advanced techniques with Photoshop CS2 and Photoshop Elements, though this isn' t a typical Photoshop how-to book. Milburn's workflow strategy ensures that high-production jobs are done professionally with a minimum of frustration. With Digital Photography: Expert Techniques, you'll become a better (and more profitable) photographer.
About the Author
Ken Milburn has decades of experience as a professional photographer. With a degree in broadcasting and television production, Ken worked as assistant to world-famous photographers Stanley Ciccone (Macy's California Fashion Photography and Chief Staff Photographer for Australian Vogue) and Cal Bernstein (Marlboro Cigarettes, Wells Fargo Stagecoach ads, Max Factor, Pan American, staff photographer for Look Magazine). Ken has done work for Universal Pictures, Capital Records, Cole of California, Strega Liquers, and the Fluer Corporation among many others, and has used much of his photography to illustrate more than 300 magazine articles and 24 computer graphics books. Ken is the author of Digital Abstract & Macro Photography (Course Technology PTR), and Digital Photography Bible (Wiley).