Digital Enhancement for Landscape Photographers
Book Description Even with the latest and greatest cameras and equipment, rarely does everything come together to capture a landscape to perfection. But using only a PC or Mac, the most basic image software, and these smart techniques, you can turn everyday snapshots miraculously professional. Thirty-two simple projects, all illustrated with "screen grabs" (pictures of the computer screen, taken at key stages), as well as before and after images, show exactly what a difference digital technology can make. The projects grow progressively more difficult, allowing photographers to learn and develop their skills at their own pace.
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