If you're like most artists, the idea of structuring your workmay seem at odds with true creativity, but you'll be surprised tolearn that just the opposite can be true. In this latest edition ofhis bestselling guide, digital imaging expert Tim Grey shows youhow proper workflow can free you from the repetitive parts of aproject, letting you focus on your vision and produce stunningresults.
You'll discover new ways to create smooth workflows withPhotoshop CS4 and gain insights into Lightroom and Bridge, plusyou'll uncover expert tips and techniques that reduce the time youspend at the computer and speed you back to shooting.
Explore new updates to Photoshop CS4, Lightroom®, andBridge
Download, sort, and organize digital images on your computer
Process RAW captures to retain maximum detail
Crop, rotate, repair, and adjust tone and color in yourimages
Harness new Clone, Curves, and Blend Mode features
Get creative with colorization, filters, and more
Automate tasks and optimize your output
Convert RAW captures to maximize quality in your images andflexibility in your workflow
Apply targeted adjustments to your images to optimize or add acreative element
Produce excellent black-and-white images, including simulatedinfrared effects
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.