Buying and using digital-photography equipment and software can be pretty intimidating. The book Digital Photography 101 by Michelle Perkins from Amherst Media is designed to remove those fears and build the confidence novices need to get top-quality results. Quick two-page lessons show you how to select and work with digital cameras, scanners, computers, and printers—taking the mystery out of these powerful tools. Also featured are step-by-step techniques for performing common image-editing tasks like red-eye reduction, color and exposure correction, sharpening, and retouching. With these simple lessons, you'll get up to speed quickly and start taking great photos!
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The Author - Michelle Perkins is a writer, photographer, and graphic designer. She is the author of numerous books on photography and Photoshop, including The Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop, Digital Landscape Photography Step-by-Step, and The Practical Guide to Digital Imaging (all from Amherst Media). She is a regular contributor to Rangefinder magazine and has also written for PC Photo.
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