Advanced Digital Photography: Techniques & Tips for Creating Professional-Quality Images, Revised Edition

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Advanced Digital Photography: Techniques & Tips for Creating Professional-Quality Images, Revised Edition

Harness the power of new technology for professional-looking photos

Digital photography has come of age. Not only have sales of digital cameras overtaken film cameras, but now even amateur photographers can capture images that, five years ago, were difficult for the pros. And new computers—even bottom-of-the-line cheapies—can handle huge image files. Advanced Digital Photography (Revised Edition) shows how these sweeping changes in technology can help take photographers way beyond

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6 Responses to “Advanced Digital Photography: Techniques & Tips for Creating Professional-Quality Images, Revised Edition”
  1. Shaun Snapp "supersnapp" says:
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
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    Great Knowledge and Writing, May 27, 2006
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    Shaun Snapp “supersnapp” (Phoenix) –
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    Tom Ang’s books often seem to get low ratings. However, I really enjoy them. Tom writes with an information density that is really impressive. Its definately not a “breezy” style. So whether you will like his books, and this one as well, depends upon what you like to read. If you like deep intricate detail, than his books are I think the best in digital photography. This book has particularly impressive sections on scanning and printing.

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  2. Michael Huang says:
    13 of 18 people found the following review helpful:
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    Save your money, December 27, 2005
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    Michael Huang (Mountain View, CA) –
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    I was fairly disappointed with this book, I was hoping for it to concentrate more on the photography aspect rather than photo-editing techniques. It feels more like a Photoshop book with a 32 page introduction to digital cameras written for a graphic designer, not a photographer.

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  3. Midwest Book Review says:
    17 of 33 people found the following review helpful:
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    A top pick and ‘must’, June 17, 2007
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    Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA) –

    This review is from: Advanced Digital Photography: Techniques & Tips for Creating Professional-Quality Images, Revised Edition (Paperback)

    The revised edition of ADVANCED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY: TECHNIQUES & TIPS FOR CREATING PROFESSIONAL QUALITY IMAGES provides plenty of easy tips to enable novices with the basics to move to the next level of photography technology management. Here are tips on correcting distortion, scanning techniques, dodging and other advanced photo manipulation techniques – all with plenty of color photo examples, all with boxed tips making for quick, at-a-glance instruction. A top pick and ‘must’ for any general interest or specialty library strong in digital photo guides.

    Diane C. Donovan
    California Bookwatch

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  4. Jeff Kershaw "Gadget lover" says:
    37 of 37 people found the following review helpful:
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    Great for a beginner, April 21, 2005
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    Jeff Kershaw “Gadget lover” (Moscow, Russia) –
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    Julie writes for the beginner who is learning the basics of digital photography. She covers many subjects from selecting a camera and computer setup to macro photography and printing. If you have experience with film (or no experience whatsoever) and are switching to digital and have no idea what you are doing, this is a good book for you. If you have a few years of experience, not needing to learn the basics, you might be a bit dissapointed as I was. I recommend the book for the audience that I described as Julie even included “tips” to do things on the cheap, using little known tricks or features.

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  5. Matthew says:
    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful:
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    What a great book!, March 6, 2006
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    Matthew (Put-In-Bay) –

    Julie is the author of Digital Photography for Dummies, and she really knows her stuff. If you’re beyond the dummy stage and want to learn more, this is the place to start.

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  6. Sarah M. Seibert says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
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    Excellent, Love the entire book, January 9, 2006
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    Sarah M. Seibert (Las Vegas NV) –
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    I absolutly loved this book. It is jam packed with useful information, techniques, and tips. In the center of the book is a color insert of 36 tips. You can find the details to these tips throught the book. Great explination on how to do things with the camera and digital editing. I recomment this book for a beginner all the way to someone who has taken classes and needs to brush up and go a little further with their experiance.

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