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Start With a Scan: A Guide to Transforming Scanned Photos and Objects into… (original 1996; edition 1996)

by Janet Ashford

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Scanning & creating art, the art and science of scanning, editing in tailoring an image to meet your needs.
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Title:Start With a Scan: A Guide to Transforming Scanned Photos and Objects into High Quality Art
Authors:Janet Ashford
Info:Peachpit Press (1996), Paperback, 138 pages
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Start With a Scan: A Guide to Transforming Scanned Photos and Objects into High Quality Art by Janet Ashford (1996)

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To Linnea Dayton, for many years of true and caring friendship
To my brother, George, and sister, Mary--my teachers in art, music and literature.
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I have been doing graphic design and illustration for twenty-five years and writing "how-to" articles and books specifically on computer graphics for about six years now, honing the skill of describing in a step-by-step way how illustrators and graphic designers create their best work.
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