In the new edition of this practical guide, master photographer Ellen Anon and digital-imaging expert Tim Grey show you how to capture the beauty of nature by shooting the best possible photos from the start—and then getting the most out of your images at your desktop. You'll find eye-opening techniques, workflow ideas, and terrific Photoshop tools, plus a host of valuable tips and stunning examples from some of the most esteemed professional nature photographers working today, including Michael Reichmann, John Shaw, Darrel Gulin, and Joe McDonald.
Capture clouds, moons, and other elements to composite later
Wield new Photoshop CS3 tools such as Smart Filters, Quick Selection, and Refine Edges
Master the revamped Adobe Bridge and Adobe Camera Raw
Adjust color and exposure to fine-tune detail and capture mood
Build montages, multiple exposures, and composites
Prepare and sharpen your images for print on the Web
About the Series
Sybex's Tim Grey Guides series lead digital photographers to new levels of excellence with professional, full-color books on the topics they need to know most. Covering topics from color management to workflow to nature photography, Tim Grey Guides are your path to better images.
Valuable CD-ROM with Video Training The CD includes more than 60 minutes of video training that focuses on new features in CS3 and also draws from Ellen Anon's years of seminar teaching experience. You'll also find simple images so you can practice the techniques in the book.
Speed your work with Adobe Bridge's powerful new interface
Sharpen images the right way, at the right time
Creativety customize the new Black & White adjustment layer
Tim Grey is a prolific writer and lecturer on digital photography. Tim is a popular speaker at various seminars and trade shows. He is the author and co-author of several books related to digital photography, including the Tim Grey guides, published by Sybex/Wiley. In his "Digital Darkroom Questions" (DDQ) email service, he answers questions from photography enthusiasts and pros. He's also written hundreds of magazine articles for publications such as Outdoor Photographer, Digital Photo Pro and PC Photo, and is a member of the Photoshop World Dream Team of instructors. In 2007, he launched his own four-color quarterly photography magazine, DDQ (Digital Darkroom Quarterly). Tim is a reliable, diligent writer known for his work ethic.