Item description for Creating Exhibition-Quality Digital Prints: A Photographer's Guide to Developing RAW Files and Optimising Print Quality by Tim Daly...
Focusing on using digital techniques to replicate the traditional darkroom methods used to produce fine, exhibition-quality prints, Tim Daly takes the raw digital file as his starting point and illustrates a wide range of techniques for drawing out the very best version of the latent file. Illustrated with long step-by-step projects, showing each stage from start to finish, and driven by a photographic aesthetic rather than straight software techniques, this guide shows how to deliver eye-catching prints in a wide range of styles, sizes, and locations. Case studies are included which follow the entire process from raw file to final print, helping readers understand how to develop a personalized printing style using Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, and professional digital output.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 8.9" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.55 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2008
Publisher Aurum Press
ISBN 1902538501 ISBN13 9781902538501
Availability 0 units.
More About Tim Daly
Tim Daly is a seasoned photography and creative imaging instructor. His photographs have been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Europe and Asia, and have illustrated a range of magazine and newspaper articles. He is the author of "The Digital Printing Handbook" and "Special Effects, Retouching, and Restoration."
Reviews - What do customers think about Creating Exhibition-Quality Digital Prints: A Photographer's Guide to Developing RAW Files and Optimising Print Quality?
Top Notch Jun 27, 2008
This is an excellent book. I've been able to get some excellent prints using the techniques described by the author. It is Photoshop oriented. I been fine art printing for about 18 months. I've been able to develop some images that were previously eluding me. I've gotten some very nice complements on these prints.