Series: Rocky Nook Digital Photography

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Color Management in Digital Photography: Ten Easy Steps to True Colors in Photoshop by Brad Hinkel2
Mastering Landscape Photography: The Luminous Landscape Essays by Alain Briot3
The HDRI Handbook: High Dynamic Range Imaging for Photographers and CG Artists DVD by Christian Bloch8
Fine Art Printing for Photographers: Exhibition Quality Prints with Inkjet Printers, 2nd Edition by Uwe Steinmueller16
Scanning Negatives and Slides: Digitizing Your Photographic Archives by Sascha Steinhoff24
Mastering Photographic Composition, Creativity, and Personal Style by Alain Briot27
Mastering Digital Panoramic Photography by Harald Woeste30
Zen and the Magic of Photography: Learning to See and to Be through Photography by Wayne Rowe37
Wildlife Photography: On Safari with your DSLR: Equipment, Techniques, Workflow by Uwe Skrzypczak42
Photoshop CS5 and Lightroom 3: A Photographer's Handbook by Stephen Laskevitch43
The Digital Photography Workflow Handbook by Juergen Gulbins46
Mastering the Nikon D300 by Darrell Young47
Exploring North American Landscapes: Visions and Lessons in Digital Photography by Marc Muench51
Capture: Digital Photography Essentials (English and English Edition) by Glenn Rand53
Remote Exposure: A Guide to Hiking and Climbing Photography (English and English Edition) by Alexandre Buisse56
The VueScan Bible: Everything You Need to Know for Perfect Scanning by Sascha Steinhoff57

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  1. Digital Restoration From Start to Finish: How to repair old and damaged photographs by Ctein (2007)
  2. Take Your Photography to the Next Level: From Inspiration to Image by George Barr (2008)
  3. Stephen Johnson on Digital Photography by Stephen Johnson (2006)
  4. The Photographer's Eye: Composition and Design for Better Digital Photos by Michael Freeman (2007)
  5. The Practice of Contemplative Photography: Seeing the World with Fresh Eyes by Andy Karr (2011)
  6. The Creative Digital Darkroom by Katrin Eismann (2007)
  7. Fine Art Nature Photography: Advanced Techniques and the Creative Process by Tony Sweet (2002)
  8. The Digital Photography Book by Scott Kelby (2006)
  9. Art of RAW Conversion: How to Produce Art-Quality Photos with Adobe Photoshop CS2 and Leading RAW Converters by Juergen Gulbins (2006)
  10. The DAM Book: Digital Asset Management for Photographers by Peter Krogh (2005)
  11. Digital Landscape Photography: In the Footsteps of Ansel Adams by Michael Frye (2010)
  12. Composition Photo Workshop by Blue Fier (2007)
  13. Learning to See Creatively: Design, Color & Composition in Photography (Updated Edition) by Bryan Peterson (1988)
  14. Welcome to Oz: A Cinematic Approach to Digital Still Photography with Photoshop by Vincent Versace (2006)
  15. Digital Landscape Photography by John Gerlach (2010)

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