Digital Photography

Digital Photography

A No-nonsense, Jargon-free Guide for Beginners

Book - 2000
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Home computers are becoming darkrooms, as millions discover digital imagery. Hundreds of practical tips and simple techniques accompany over 300 digital images to inspire your imagination. Follow the instructions on simple digital enhancement and sophisticated-looking image manipulation. Master the basics of using a scanner to transfer photos onto your PC, then make still images from your video, camcorder, or layer disks. Dramatically improve your photos! See how to: Eliminate redeye, improve sharpness, create depth. Delete scratches and dust. Change formats. Add brightness and contrast. Correct color, repair damaged prints. Introduce artistic and humorous effects. Combine images. Create postcards, posters, and calendars. Use digitals on emails, Web pages, and digital slide shows. It's a whole new virtual, visual world!

Hundreds of tips and techniques accompany more than 300 inspiring digital images. Scan and transfer photos onto your PC. Make still images from video, camcorder, or layer disks. Dramatically improve photos, from eliminating redeye and increasing sharpness to deleting scratches and adding brightness. Correct color, repair damaged prints, and lots more. “An excellent book for the beginner.”—Library Journal.

Baker & Taylor
Teaches basic digital photography techniques and explores editing and special effects.

Publisher: London : Collins & Brown, 2000
ISBN: 9781855857810
Branch Call Number: 775 BAVIS
Characteristics: 160 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Notes: Includes index


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