Printing with Adobe Photoshop CS4
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Author backgroundSince studying photography under John Hedgecoe and Michael Langford at the Royal College of Art, Tim Daly has become a well-known writer on digital photography and digital printing. During this time he has worked as a professional photographer for many blue-chip clients and national newspapers and has exhibited his work at major UK and European galleries. Tim Daly has also worked as a lecturer in photo-imaging for 20 years and combines his knowledge of teaching and learning with an infectious enthusiasm for his subject. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Photography at the University of Chester and an Ilford/Harman Masterclass leader. Tim Daly's books are characterised by inspirational and original photography and jargon-free language. Tim also runs Photocollege, the online learning centre for photo-imaging on www.photocollege.co.uk.Current PositionSenior Lecturer in Photography, University of Chester, UKPrevious titles:The Digital Photography Handbook (Quintet, 2001) The Digital Printing Handbook (Argentum/Watson Guptill, 2003)The Desktop Photographer (Argentum/Quarto 2003)The Encyclopaedia of Digital Photography (Quintet, 2004)The Essential Guide to Photography (Rotovision, 2004)Digital Retouching and Restoration (Rotovision, 2004)The Digital Color Printing Handbook (Argentum/Watson Guptill, 2005)The Digital Photo Doctor (ILEX/ Readers Digest, 2006)Creating Exhibition-Quality Digital Prints (Argentum, 2007)The Photographers Yearbook (AC Black, 2008)Printing for Digital Photographers (GMC Publications, 2008)Regular freelance Contributor to: Ag: The international journal of photographic art and practice (UK)Better Photoshop Techniques (Aus)Black and White Photography (UK)Outdoor Photography (UK)The British Journal of Photography (UK)Digital Camera Magazine (UK)What Digital Camera (UK)
Ever feel like your printer is letting you down?
Sick of seeing the bright, saturated tones of photos on your monitor turn into washed-out, drab prints?
Frustrated by the lack of resources on this essential process?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you really need "The Complete Guide to Digital Printing" by Tim Daly.
This essential resource is the only guide you'll ever need to printing with Photoshop. Acclaimed author and photographer Tim Daly brings a wealth of experience to this under-resourced topic, covering every aspect of the printing process using Photoshop. Not content with simply covering the software, Tim approaches the entire workflow. This means that right from the moment of capture, your photos are optimised for the highest print quality from Photoshop. Topics covered include image capture and management, file processing, creative emphasis, proofing, Photoshop print functions, color management (both input and output), printer hardware and software, and, of course, the actual printing.
Buy this book, and see an immediate difference to the quality of your prints. Authoritative, practical and comprehensive, this is a must-have for every photographer using Photoshop.
Taylor and Francis
; November 2012
304 pages; ISBN 9781136099731Read online
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Title: Printing with Adobe Photoshop CS4
Author: Tim Daly
Section 1: Image management essentials
Section 2: Input colour management
Section 3: File processing essentials
Section 4: Creative emphasis
Section 5: Creative tonal change
Section 6: Creative colour change
Section 7: Creative print styles
Section 8: Creative print edges
Section 9: Experimental printing
Section 10: Proofing, preview and prediction
Section 11: Photoshop Print Functions
Section 12: Output colour management
Section 13: Using Printer Software
Section 14: Printer software functions
Section 15: Paper and ink essentials
Section 16: Hardware essentials
Section 17: Photolab services
Section 18: Online print services
Section 19: Walk-up and portable print services
Section 20: On-demand book services
Section 21: Special print services
Section 22: Print evaluation and presentation
Section 23: Mounting and storage
Section 24: References and resources
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