David D. Busch has been demystifying arcane computer and imaging technology since the early 1980s. However, he had a successful career as a professional photographer for a decade before he sat down at the keyboard of his first personal computer. Busch has worked as a newspaper photographer, done commercial studio and portrait work, shot weddings, and roved the United States and Europe as a photojournalist. His articles on photography and image editing have appeared in magazines as diverse as Popular Photography and Imaging, Petersen's PhotoGraphic, The Rangefinder, and The Professional Photographer, as well as computer magazines such as Macworld and Computer Shopper. He's currently reviewing digital cameras for CNet.
Explores image editing in Photoshop from a professional photographer's perspective, combining Photoshop and photography in a meaningful way.
Perfect for getting up to speed on the latest features of Adobe Photoshop CS2.
Guides readers through reproducing professional-looking camera effects.
Written for camera buffs, both digital and conventional, and business people who want to go beyond point-and-click snapshooting to explore the enriching world of photography.
Clear, easy to understand and full of color images that clearly illustrate the lessons.