Friday, December 24, 2010

Best Digital Imaging Book ever

Photoshop has a steep learning curve that can seem daunting, which is why there are lots of instructional materials available. It’s slightly dated now, and won’t include references to some of the features and functions in the newest versions of Photoshop, but the most enduringly useful digital imaging book I’ve read is The Creative Digital Darkroom by Katrin Eismann and Sean Duggan. If you want to learn how to use some of the most powerful core features that Photoshop has to offer, in ways that are most relevant to photographers (rather than graphic artists), this is the book.

I find myself going back to this book much more often than the offerings by Martin Evening or Scott Kelby (fine as those books may be).

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