by Doug Harman , Photographs by David Jones
Category: Media, Art & Design / Art, Design & General
Publisher: Quercus Publishing Plc
Publication date: 19 December 2007
Number of pages: 224
New updated edition of the UK's bestselling guide to digital photography. Concise, practical, up-to-date and easy to follow, The Digital Photography Handbook is the complete companion for any digital photographer. Going Digital - the basics, including choosing a camera and equipment, setting up, taking shots and camera care Using your Digital Camera - tips for taking great photographs, with inspirational ideas for every genre: portraits, holidays, weddings, children, flora & fauna, abstracts...The Digital Darkroom - improving, adapting and rescuing images on a computer: basic, advanced and professional techniques Output - getting the best end result, on-line or in print, and creating a portfolio
Doug Harman has over 15 year's experience as a journalist, writer, photographer, and digital camera and technology tester. He has written extensively for a multitude of digital photography magazines and websites, including Amateur Photographer, What Digital Camera, Total Digital Photography, Professional Photographer and Photography Monthly. David Jones is a professional photographer with an extensive commercial portfolio, particularly in the fashion and advertising industries. He has also been widely exhibited and contributed photographs to many magazines and books, including Brunel, How to Keep Dinosaurs and Master Chef.
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