Digital Photography Bible
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About the author
Dan Simon is a contributing author for Digital Photography All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies (Wiley). He is also a regular contributor to the Growing Edge and Pennsylvania magazines.
Dan has more than 25 years experience as a journalist and photographer. He began his career as a Navy journalist with assignments aboard several ships, and in Norfolk, VA, Dededo, Guam, and McMurdo Station, Antarctica. After leaving the service in 1990, Dan worked as a river guide and photographer on Pennsylvania’s Lehigh River. During the past 10 years, he’s worked as a writer and photographer for several Pennsylvania and New Jersey newspapers, including the Wilkes-Barre Times Leader (Hazelton edition) and Allentown Morning Call.
His writing and photography have appeared in numerous books, magazines, web sites, and newspapers, including: The New York Times; ESPN; National Geographic Reference Atlas of North American Birds, Fifth Edition; Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Journal; Baltimore Daily Record; Tri-State Real Estate Journal; Corridor Real Estate Journal; All Hands magazine; Army Times; Gloucester County Times; White Haven Journal Herald; Butler Eagle; www.greenworks.tv; and http://www.drexel.edu/doj/gallery.asp
Dan is currently working on a master’s degree in communications from Drexel University (Philadelphia, PA). Dan holds a bachelor’s degree in general studies (design arts) from Drexel and an associate’s in computer graphic arts from Gloucester County College (Sewell, NJ). He is also a graduate of the military’s Defense Information School (Information Specialist Journalist and Broadcaster and Intermediate Photojournalism).
- Featuring thirty-two pages of full-color examples, this under-$25 guide is the perfect digital photography reference for serious amateurs as well as nonprofessional photographers who use a digital camera on the job
- Walks readers through the entire digital photography workflow, from shooting photos and editing them in the digital darkroom to cataloging, printing, and publishing images online
- Topics covered include selecting cameras, printers, and accessories; mastering basic digital camera techniques; getting great results when shooting sports, nature, landscapes, and people; and working with Photoshop and other image-editing and image-management software
- Features step-by-step tutorials, full-color before-and-after images, and a companion Web site with bonus sample images plus a mini take-along field guide that readers can print out
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Title: Digital Photography Bible
Author: Dan Simon