The Digital Photography Manual

The Digital Photography Manual

by PhilipAndrews (Author)

Synopsis

Digital imaging has had a huge impact on the world of photography as the last few years have seen great leaps forward in the quality, availability and affordability of digital cameras and printers. The consumer market has had no hesitation in adopting this new technology. The Digital Photography Manual provides a complete and accessible overview of the digital photography process, the equipment, software used and the techniques employed. The process is explained using frequent comparisons with traditional photographic terms and ideas to help the new user gain an understanding of the underlying nuts and bolts of the technology. Step-by-step guides coupled with examples of images and screen shots carefully and supportively build the reader's basic shooting (input), processing (manipulation) and printing (output) skills. Throughout the text real life examples of photographers who use digital imaging are provided to give the reader an idea of how the new technology is being used in the industry.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 192
Edition: illustrated edition
Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd
Published: 01 Jun 2001

ISBN 10: 1842222414
ISBN 13: 9781842222416

Author Bio
Philip Andrews teaches Multimedia, Digital Imaging and Photography at NESCOT in South London. He has written extensively on digital photography, traditional photography and multimedia for many magazines and newspapers internationally, including Amateur Photographer, British Journal of Photography, Practical Photography, Digital Photo and Design (Australia). Commercial Photography (Australia) and Australian Photography. He also has extensive experience as a professional photographer, including an assignment as the official photographer for the East Timorese Independence protests. In 1999 he won the award for Leica Documentary Photographer of the Year (Australia). Philip is the co-founder and editor of www.photocollege.co.uk. a website dedicated to photographic and digital imaging. He divides his time between the South of England and Australia.