Literally dozens of books on digital photography are currently being published. Both authors Uwe Steinmueller and Jürgen Gulbins (until now only available in German) have contributed to this growing list. These books largely cover photographing aspects or image processing. An amazing list of hundreds of books exist on Photoshop. This book, however, focuses on an important step connecting shooting and image processing (and possible manipulation). It deals with the conversion of images shot using RAW format into images in a standardized image format, such as TIFF or JPEG. In our experience, shooting photographs using RAW format is strongly recommended. Doing so allows getting the highest quality from your camera and its images. It lets you decide on many image settings apart from the moment you took your photo and reduces the pressure and haste possibly existing as you took the picture. For many camera settings, RAW processing lets you reconsider and even revise settings made during shooting. This ability need not encourage sloppy photography, yet it gives you substantially more control of your pictures. In this book, we mainly restrict our close scrutiny to the process of RAW conversion: What you should consider when shooting RAW, how to prepare files for conversion and how to set up an efficient conversion workflow as part of your total image workflow.
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