- Tapa blanda: 424 páginas
- Editor: Focal Press; Edición: 1 (20 de abril de 2005)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0240806468
- ISBN-13: 978-0240806464
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The Advanced Digital Photographer's Workbook: Professionals Creating and Outputting World-Class Images (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 20 abr 2005
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"This authoritative title is short on verbiage and long on technique. Butler's tone is conversational yet she succinctly steers through more challenging material. There is something for everyone...Butler is to be congratulated for a businesslike manual aimed at the photographer determined to get some serious digital results." - British Journal of Photography
"Those serious about digital photography will learn a lot from calibration, colour correction, file formats and workflow to advice on shooting light, portraiture, travel and macro photography. The Digital Art Studio is particularly interesting." - What Digital Camera
"...like the best software manual that you might expect with expensive computer programs, but actually rarely receive in these days of PDF manuals...(it is) beautifully illustrated...providing the reader with exceptional plates to inspire from example with what can be achieved." - Stills Audio Motion
"This is for the advanced digital photographer. Topics include choosing JPG or RAW capture formats and choosing the correct lighting, color correcting and outputting. The book is edited by Butler, who put it together with contributions from many digital photographers. - Ft. Worth Star-Telegram, Nov. 26, 06
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THE ADVANCED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER'S WORKBOOK is packed full of real-world yet incredibly practical and effective solutions to move digital photographers to a new level of performance. Contributors include twelve world-class professional digital photographers who share their tips and tricks. The authors provide details to move you beyond the basics of capture, processing and output to more sophisticated workflow functions and techniques that will help you create world-class images. They cover rigorous yet easy-to-understand approaches to: capture a great image in black-and-white and color, correct color, calibrate and set up systems properly, creatively manipulate and enhance the image, and produce an excellent print or output of the image.
Contributors: Steve Anchell, Stephen Burns, Yvonne Butler, Eric Cheng, Joe Farace, Lou Jones, Rick Sammon, George Schaub, Jeremy Sutton, Tony Sweet, Taz Tally, Eddie Tapp
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Last month, after reading through this book as mostly a curiosity, I took the plunge and bought a digital SLR. This book makes you truly appreciate the benefits of digital photography and the flexibility you can achieve through digital that you just can't get with your film negatives. I want to stress in advance that I am not an "advanced" digital photographer, but I still found this book to be beneficial and instrumental in bringing me around to this format. I wouldn't have wanted a basic book for this, since I would have outgrown that with the first round of pictures I took with my new camera.
Now, I'm in the process of working back through this book as I play with my new camera, and I couldn't be happier with the results. I definitely recommend this book for anyone who is the type of person who craves a little extra know-how when it comes to getting the most out of your work or hobby. If you are an amateur like me, don't be intimidated by the fact that this title was written for professionals who have advanced skills. When it comes to photographs, learning from the professional level is exactly what you want to do. Your pictures can't help but benefit.
The description of most everything is pretty broad in nature, and when discussing sharpening (always a hot topic), the suggestion is to "Use USM and keep the pixel radius and threshold pretty low, while changing the % to get the desired effect". That's about the 1 sentence on sharpening without using some 3rd party PS plugin.
Overall, not recommended. I am still looking for a good all-in-one photography book.