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by Ron Rockwell,Mark I. Chambers,Ken Milburn

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  • ISBN 0764549510
  • ISBN13 978-0764549519
  • Language English
  • Author Ron Rockwell,Mark I. Chambers,Ken Milburn
  • Publisher Wiley; 2 edition (September 27, 2002)
  • Pages 936
  • Formats docx mobi mbr lrf
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Engineering
  • Size ePub 1135 kb
  • Size Fb2 1210 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 144

* Targets a unique audience of professionals and serious amateurs. * 16-page color insert demonstrates techniques used to solve problems best understood by seeing the before and after versions of an image. * CD-ROM contains hundreds of sample photographs, a trial version of Photoshop 7.0 and the 3-D editing program Conama.

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Ken Milburn started taking pictures the year he entered high school and was working professionally as a wedding . In 2001, Ron wrote FreeHand 10 f/x & Design, and he is hard at work on a book for the next version of Macromedia FreeHand.

Ken Milburn started taking pictures the year he entered high school and was working professionally as a wedding photographer by the time he graduated. He has been involved with photography both as a hobby and professionally ever since and has worked in advertising, travel, and fashion photography. Ron is an active member of FreeHand Web forums and a member of Team Macromedia. Mark L. Chambers has been an author, computer consultant, BBS sysop, programmer, and hardware technician for over 15 years.

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Digital bible should be used as photo guide not as an equipment recommendation source. This is a very good book for the novice to advanced amateur about the digital darkroom (not just digital cameras)

Digital bible should be used as photo guide not as an equipment recommendation source. Also one thing about the book is that author does not try to find solutions (sometimes). Some problems are solved with minimal intellectual involvement. This is a very good book for the novice to advanced amateur about the digital darkroom (not just digital cameras).

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Vichredag
Great book for reference. Must have for every serious photographers shelf
Darkraven
The book is a bit dated but that will happen with electronics. I bought this book for a penny and it was in excellent condition so I can not complain. If you are new to digital photography this is a good place to start.
Lcena
It was ok
Kamick
love it
Kamuro
Ok I work with digital cameras, printers and scanners for about 3 years now (professional as well as private life). The concept of digital photography is not new to me and there are few things that I'm unfamiliar with but... There are some settings, details or modes that I would like to try or set but just don't have time. This book will solve those problems. It will take you from basic settings and steps in technique and bump you up. So if all you want to do is print/scan basic proofs or shoot nighttime pictures you will be instructed what to do. But if you want to be more advanced, print better photos, shoot more interesting stuff all you have to do is read on... This book really covers everything; that's probably why it is $40. There are some stuff that you won't need. And if you know basics of photography, parts of the book will bore you but at the end you will have a knowledge that will allow you to improve your digital darkroom techniques. I'm really not looking for camera recommendations since I know what I want. Buyer has to be aware that examples of equipment used for demonstration may be little outdated right now. Same thing goes for camera/scanner recommendations at the end of the book. Digital bible should be used as photo guide not as an equipment recommendation source. Also one thing about the book is that author does not try to find solutions (sometimes). Some problems are solved with minimal intellectual involvement. Example: if there is a problem, tweaking will help (time consuming) but it is recommended that you have to go out and buy a $200 printer profile (much faster/less headache)... I would love to see more of the day to day solutions from peoples personal experiences rather than strictly theoretical solutions (which work fine but cost $). I'm very satisfied with my purchase.
Beazekelv
This is a very good book for the novice to advanced amateur about the digital darkroom (not just digital cameras). The author does a great job walking through various parts of image capture (both through digital cameras and through scanned images originally taken on film), to editing and modification, through final display, either in print or on the web.
The writing is straightforward--here's what I'm going to say, here it is, and here's what I said. There are good pointers and hints throughout. He covers particular brands of cameras, scanners, software, etc., to some detail. Most discussions, though, are general enough to be applied to any combination of camera, software, computer (provided it's a PC or Mac--no other operating systems mentioned), etc.
The best aspect of the book is its comprehensive nature. Everything's covered. Making panoramas? Yes. How digital cameras work? Yes. Best way to prepare images for the web? Yes. Explaining a dye-sub printer? Yes. On the first read, it will probably be more than you want to know. Later, though, it will be a prompt to try something new.
The CD-ROM comes (mostly) with demos of commercial packages, including PhotoShop 5.5. A nice touch but nothing interesting enough to let me say I've used the CD a lot.
The biggest disappointment is the sample pictures. There are some color pages, but they're just before and after of tricks the author did in PhotoShop. (The book covers some basics about image enhancement, but it will not make you a PhotoShop expert.) The other pictures are in black-and-white and not very clear. In many cases, it is difficult to see the details the author is referring to.
Overall, recommended for the "dummy" or competent amateur who wants a good primer on building a digital darkroom. This is Digital Photo 101 and 102. If you want the advanced courses, go to the web because the state of the art is changing too rapidly to be well covered in a book.
Bolv
I wish I'd read the reviews before I bought the book. I'd echo the sentiment that I was too advanced for the book. The CD wasn't anything I could use either. It was good in spots, but what I learned was really on a few pages. If you just bought or thinking of buying, your first digital camera and goodies, then buy this book.
If you've been shooting for a while and using Photoshop, you'll learn a little, but wish you'd bought something else--like a lens or something, or a different book.
Beginners BUY THIS
After reading the first 20-30 pages of this book, I found myself
so distracted by all of the typos and technical errors that I
couldn't continue with it. It seems to me that an expert on
digital photography should be able to keep mega_pixels_ and
mega_bytes_ straight. I got tired of mentions of 5MB cameras and
such. There are numerous other examples, but I already returned
the book and can't cite them all from memory.
If you can overlook this, then I have a feeling the other reviews
that say this is good for beginners are on the mark.