Thursday, January 11, 2007
A new book by David Saffir and part of the "Matering Digital" series edited by Harald Johnson.
“Here is a great, new book for the serious color digital photographer. It not only covers how color works, but what you need to know to use it to your best advantage. This isn’t a “how-to shoot color pictures” book. It is a color course on how color works in the digital workspace, how you can use it, how to correct and manipulate it, and finally, how to store it in order to work with again later on. This is a great guidebook for both photographers and artists alike. It covers a lot of what you do not find in many other digital photo books. I Rate it: A ” Review quoted from Apogee Photo.
Excerpts From Chapter Three
Posted by David Emerick at 9:56 AM