Photoshop for Nature Photographers: A Workshop in a Book (Includes CD-ROM)
Tim Grey writes about digital photography for Digital Photo Pro, Outdoor Photographer, and PC Photo magazines. He is the author of Photoshop CS2 Workflow, Color Confidence, and co-author of Photo Finish, all from Sybex. Tim is also a popular speaker at seminars and trade shows. In his almost-daily "Digital Darkroom Questions" (DDQ) e-mail service, he answers questions from photography enthusiasts and pros.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Thinking Digitally in the Field.
Choosing RAW versus JPEG.
White Balance in Nature Photography.
Photographing Elements to Composite Later.
Chapter 2: Making Photoshop Work for You.
Views and Zoom.
Sorting and Editing with Bridge.
Chapter 3: Basic Tools.
Saving and Loading Selections.
The Brush Tool.
The History Brush.
Building Tool Knowledge.
Chapter 4: First Steps.
Our Typical Workflow.
Using Adobe Camera Raw.
Initial Cropping and Straightening in Photoshop.
Doing Cleanup in Photoshop.
Chapter 5: Exposure Adjustments.
Shooting for Optimal Exposure.
Tonal Adjustments with Levels.
Dodge and Burn Layers.
The Shadow/Highlight Adjustment.
Chapter 6: Color Adjustments.
Recognizing Color Casts.
Removing Color Casts.
Adding a Color Cast.
Modifying Colors to Match Nature or Add Impact.
Layer Masks and Color Adjustments.
Chapter 7: Composites.
Expanding Dynamic Range.
Extending the Depth of Field.
Combining Elements from Multiple Pictures.
Chapter 8: Creative Effects.
Digital Multiple Exposures.
The Evolution of an Image.
Chapter 9: Output.
Printing Your Images.
Creating a Web Gallery.
Share Your Images.
Chapter 10: Additional Techniques.
Actions and Batch Processing.
Creating a Greeting Card.
Creating a Business Card.
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