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Creating Exhibition-quality Digital Prints
by Tim Daly
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"Master darkroom printers have always been the unsung heroes of traditional silver-based photography, using their skills to interpret and enhance the photographer's negative and produce a print that is a work of art in its own right. Now, as Tim Daly shows, a parallel set of skills can be used to produce prints of the same exceptional quality from digital or scanned images, using equipment that is readily available and affordable on the High Street." "Tim Daly takes the RAW digital file as his starting point and explains the wide range of techniques that can be used to create the best possible version of the latent image. By following the detailed step-by-step explanations, the reader will learn how to develop a personalised printing style using Photoshop, Lightroom and professional output. Driven by a photographic aesthetic, rather than an enthusiasm for software for software's sake; the book shows how to deliver eye-catching prints in a wide range of styles." "Illustrated with the author's own stunning photographs, the book will enable photographers working in a whole range of different genres to get the best out of their equipment while remaining in full control at all stages. No previous experience is assumed and the book is designed to be used with both Photoshop and Lightroom applications and generic inkjet printer software."--BOOK JACKET.
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