Digital Effects (Jim Zuckerman's Secrets to Great Photographs)

^ Read * Digital Effects (Jim Zuckermans Secrets to Great Photographs) by Jim Zuckerman ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Digital Effects (Jim Zuckermans Secrets to Great Photographs) For both the hobbyist and the professional, the show-and-tell instruction makes this exciting new technology both accessible and easy to understand. This book answers many of the questions facing photographers today, with photographic examples of effects ranging from the simple to the sophisticated. Topics include: * Introduction to Photoshop--making the transition from the darkroom to the computer screen * Artistic Filter Effects--how to dress up any image * Altering Backgrounds--how to cut,

Digital Effects (Jim Zuckerman's Secrets to Great Photographs)

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Rating : 4.66 (934 Votes)
Asin : 1582970580
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 82 Pages
Publish Date : 0000-00-00
Language : English

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His images, articles, and photo features have appeared in Omni, Conde Nast Traveler, and Outdoor and Travel Photographer. . Jim lives in Northridge, California. Jim Zuckerman has authored several books on photography and is a contributing editor to Peterson's Photographic Magazine

"Get creative with your digital camera" according to Fred. This book showed me how I could use Photoshop to manipulate my digital photographs to remove errors, enhance quality, and make creative composites.Photoshop was hard for me to learn and this book's examples helped me get over the threshold. I used Jim's techniques and found that I really could do "digital darkroom" fixes. I cut a butterfly from an uninteresting background, pasted it onto a palmetto frond, and made my first "realistic" composite. Then I increased . A great idea book to explore what Photoshop can do As someone who has worked with Photoshop a bit, I found the techniques the author uses to be a good idea starter for my own work. The book has a number of beautiful photos and is fun to flip through.There are plenty of other manuals out there if you want to learn the basics of Photoshop. This will not do that. What it can do, and what it did for me, is help you develop a keener eye for recognizing the possibilities in image enhancement--how to realistically inser. Matt Mathis said Please back away from this photoshop book. I will keep it short. The book lacks a basic foundation for photoshop or any other image editing software. The information in this book is the equivalent of jacking around with photoshop for two hours. The only benefit that can be derived from this book is that it shows what about 1"Please back away from this photoshop book" according to Matt Mathis. I will keep it short. The book lacks a basic foundation for photoshop or any other image editing software. The information in this book is the equivalent of jacking around with photoshop for two hours. The only benefit that can be derived from this book is that it shows what about 12 of the filters do, However, The Photoshop Handbook breaks down every single filter, brush and effect and it only costs about four dollars. of the filters do, However, The Photoshop Handbook breaks down every single filter, brush and effect and it only costs about four dollars

For both the hobbyist and the professional, the "show-and-tell" instruction makes this exciting new technology both accessible and easy to understand. This book answers many of the questions facing photographers today, with photographic examples of effects ranging from the simple to the sophisticated. Topics include: * Introduction to Photoshop--making the transition from the darkroom to the computer screen * Artistic Filter Effects--how to dress up any image * Altering Backgrounds--how to cut, paint and adjust contrast to create better backgrounds * Seamlessly Combining Images for dramatic results * Outputting Images--determining the best way to display the final image. Covering the basics and beyond, Digital Effects focuses on the newest developments in the digital revolution of photography

. His images, articles, and photo features have appeared in Omni, Conde Nast Traveler, and Outdoor and Travel Photographer. About the Author Jim Zuckerman has authored several books on photography and is a contributing editor to Peterson's Photographic Magazine. Jim lives in Northridge, California

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