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Creative Digital Monochrome Effects: Go…

Creative Digital Monochrome Effects: Go Beyond Black and White to Make… (edition 2009)

by Joe Farace

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Title:Creative Digital Monochrome Effects: Go Beyond Black and White to Make Striking Digital Images (A Lark Photography Book)
Authors:Joe Farace
Info:Lark Books (2009), Paperback, 176 pages
Collections:Home Library, Your library
Tags:Artistic Reference

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Creative Digital Monochrome Effects: Go Beyond Black and White to Make Striking Digital Images by Joe Farace



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Joe Farace is an award-winning photographer with more than 30 books and 1,600 articles to his credit. So there’s no one better to take monochrome into the digital age. Whether you’re shooting digital black and white from your camera or converting color photographs to monochrome on the computer, you’ll discover an array of unique, innovative, and inspirational techniques suitable for shutterbugs of every level. Farace explains what kinds of software programs are best, and how to use them to manipulate your photos in diverse ways. He also discusses various in-camera effects including toning and soft focus. The detailed information and instruction cover everything from creating traditional looking black-and-white or sepia images, to adding color selectively for a one-of-a-kind, fine-art approach.

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