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Author: Ted Dillard
Pages: 240
Photographs: Includes photographs

The fourth in Ted Dillard's Pipeline series - cutting-edge booksthat detail digital imaging in the Adobe Photoshop darkroom -explores the most popular, time-honoured photographic form ofexpression: the black-and-white photograph. Dillard examines AnselAdams's legendary Zone System as the foundation of black-and-whitephotography and applies these tried-and-true fundamentals to thepowerful imaging tools available in Adobe Camera RAW. Above all,Dillard creates an intuitive and streamlined workflow that takesthe photographer from capture to print while creating thehighest-quality digital image. This provides the frameworkbeginning digital photographers need to create the kind ofblack-and-white photos they envision.

ISBN13: 9781600594007
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Black & White Pipeline - Converting Digital Color Into Striking Grayscale Images