Jim Zuckerman's Secrets to Great Photographs
Digital EffectsBook - 2001
Covering the basics and beyond, Digital Effects focuses on the newest developments in the digital revolution of photography. 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 Jim Zuckerman has authored several books on photography and is a contributing editor to Peterson's Photographic Magazine. His images, articles, and photo features have appeared in Omni, Conde Nast Traveler, and Outdoor and Travel Photographer. Jim lives in Northridge, California.