Digital Photography Bible (Desktop Edition)
Digital photography is for everybody. Although this book is geared for beginners and intermediates, there’s information here that can help advanced amateurs and working pros considering the switch from film to digital photography. When you get right down to it, digital photography is still photography. Whereas the process used to be divided between shooting and processing in the wet darkroom, it's now a question of shooting and processing in the digital darkroom. There are some differences in making pictures with a digital camera and making them with a film camera, but the real sea change in photography has occurred in the processing end of the equation. This is in part because while lots of people make pictures, a much smaller number have ever processed their film. The advent of the digital process has made image processing possible (or necessary) for many people who would never have entered a conventional darkroom.
This book is divided into different parts. Like most instructional books, this one starts out with simple concepts and then moves to the more advanced. While every effort has been made to be as comprehensive as possible, I realize many readers aren't looking to become professional photographers-they just want to do a better job of making the images they consider important. I've tried to organize things in a way this type of person will find useful.
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