Because Technology Should Improve Your Life, Not Complicate It
No Nonsense Guides are here. With a plainspoken approach, these books are inexpensive starters that are light on idle chat and heavy on practical advice. They're lean and mean and stripped down to fighting weight, so you'll get from point A to point Z with instruction that's short and sweet, clear and concise. So, crack the cover and unleash enough useful information and helpful pointers to transform you into a first-rate digital camera user.
What you'll do inside:
About the Author
- Capture family history in the making
- Discover the right equipment for you
- Learn digital darkroom tricks
- Compose portraits, landscapes, and more
- Transform ordinary photos into works of art
- Salvage and correct old photos
- Publish pictures online, email them, or make prints of any size
- Scan photos, slides, and negatives
- Archive images and create DVD slide shows
Kate Bodenmiller still owns a Mac Se II, which she keeps in a box in her basement. With the help of more current apple technology, she makes a living as a freelance graphic designer in the book publishing and consumer product fields.
Greg Simsic is an artist living and working in New York City. He has penned 5 books on Photoshop and Illustrator including Photoshop Type Magic and www.photoshop.imageready-his latest. All of these books emphasize simple, clear direction-some say an antidote to his otherwise altogether aimless sojourns. He has worked in the graphics and design field for ten years.