Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
Drawing on decades of experience as an internationally acclaimed photographer, author Michael Freeman presents a comprehensive tome on digital photography that takes the reader from initial inspiration, all the way to digital processing and printing. Inside the lavish aluminium photographers case are five new volumes, a handy wallet-sized shooting guide plus a DVD featuring masterclasses from the author himself. "The Art of Digital Photography" showcases Freemans finest work, and explains how composition, exposure, colour and tone are all crucial for a photograph with impact. 'The Digital Camera Handbook' explores the machinations of digital cameras, outlining the key technologies that photographers need if they want to get great results from their digital SLR, and how to employ them to best effect in real world situations. "Digital Photography Workflow" is a guide to the all-important areas of image management; from shooting and processing Raw files, through to outputting your images online or in print. "Creative Image Editing and Special Effects" an essential guide to the digital darkroom features practical and inspirational projects, and is packed with hints and tips.
"Pocket Guide to Shooting" is the perfect companion for the photographer on the move, acting as both a source of inspiration and an aide memoire for key camera settings. "The Shooting Tips Wallet Guide" is a carry-anywhere, quick-reference for those all important shooting settings. "The Digital Imaging DVD" contains video masterclasses and on-location, behind-the-scenes footage of the author.