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Photoshop for Nature Photographers : A Workshop in a Book

Ellen Anon, Tim Grey

This is the first book to teach nature photographers practical Photoshop skills that will solve their most common problems.

Authors Anon and Grey provide a real-world approach that simulates a workshop experience, feature gorgeous photography, and include tips and techniques from the biggest names in nature photography.

"I'm very impressed with the scope of the work in this book, the depth of the knowledge, and the clear instruction. Tim and Ellen do a fantastic job of guiding the reader through the technical maze of digital photography."
      ŅArt Wolfe, world-renowned nature photographer, artist and author

To produce outstanding nature photographs, it's essential that you optimize your capture both in the field and in the darkroom. Written cover-to-cover to fit the unique needs of nature photographers, this practical book addresses the tools, techniques, and workflow ideally suited for natural subjects. You'll figure out how to plan for overlapping landscape exposures, sharpen animal eyes, edit sky and land separately, and repair delicate butterfly wings. You'll discover effective shooting tips. And above all, you'll learn what it takes to become a master in the digital darkroom using Photoshop.

In Photoshop for Nature Photographers, acclaimed photographers and instructors Ellen Anon and Tim Grey use real-world examples and inspiring images to bring a pro photo workshop experience right to your desktop. They also include valuable tips from esteemed nature photographers including John Shaw, Arthur Morris, Charles Glatzer, and Joe McDonald.

Inside, you'll learn the skills necessary to maximize the impact of your nature photographs, including how to:
* Operate your camera to take the best possible captures in the field
* Customize Photoshop for your particular needs
* Use selection and brush tools to optimize your images
* Process raw captures to retain maximum detail
* Make exposure adjustments to reveal specific details
* Fine-tune color to match or improve on what nature offered
* Combine images to create special effects
* Get expressive with filters, montages, and multiple exposures
* Prepare and sharpen your images for print or web
* Improve your efficiency with actions and batch processing
* Use new features in CS2 such as Mergeto HDR.
* Learn when deliberate overexposure can increase detail.
* Get the most out of your raw conversion.
* And much more!

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Ellen Anon, Tim Grey

Published by: Sybex; Paperback; 336 pages; web rating: 4; us; $49.99 - buy now: $29.57 and Up to 30% OFF

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