This full-color title is designed to be a classic reference for the millions of photographers going to digital, from enthusiasts shooting family events and vacations with their SLRs, to professionals creating journalistic prints and fine art. It s the only book on the market with a focus on complete, end-to-end workflow from shoot to print. It s tied to Adobe s latest version of Photoshop, which boasts an installed base of 4 million! Serge Timacheff is a professional photographer living in Pacific Northwest. He is the official photographer for the International Fencing Federation, based in Lausanne, Switzerland, and he photographs fencing at World Championships and the Summer Olympics. His 100-percent digital studio provides portraiture, event, commercial, and boudoir photography, and his fine art photographs appear in galleries and individual collections worldwide. David Karlins is a digital imaging expert, Web designer, teacher, consultant and author of numerous books and magazine articles.
Table of Contents:
Part I: Setting Up for Digital Photography Workflow.
Chapter 1: What Is Digital Photography Workflow?
Chapter 2: The Digital Camera: From Pre- to Post-Pixel.
Chapter 3: Software: Digital Workflow’s Red Thread.
Part II: Following the Digital Photography Workflow.
Stage 1: Preparing the Digital Photo Shoot.
Stage 2: The Digital Photo Shoot.
Stage 3: Transferring Digital Images from Camera to Computer.
Stage 4: Image Review and Organization.
Stage 5: Processing Digital Photos.
Stage 6: Storage and Backup of Digital Images.
Stage 7: Creative Image Editing and Optimization.
Stage 8: Printing Photos in the Studio or at a Service Bureau.
Stage 9: Digital Image Display and Distribution.
Stage 10: Fighting Image Mortality.
Part III: Appendixes.
Appendix: References and Resources.