Eismann is world known for her talent as a Photoshop expert and photographer, but above all she's considered one of the best teachers her field has ever seen. In this book she uses the tutorial approach that made her two previous Photoshop books bestsellers to take photographers beyond quick tips and gimmicky effects.Notice how the essential greens and yellows fall outside ofthe working space. ... information of a raw capture, when used incorrectly, there is also the potential for mistakes that can make an image look very bad. ... We should point out that we do not consider working in 16bit to be a downside at all (in fact, we prefer it!) ... This being the case, some changes you make to an image in the ProPhoto RGB, especially shifts in hue or saturation, may not be able to be distinguished on a display.
|Title||:||The Creative Digital Darkroom|
|Author||:||Katrin Eismann, Sean Duggan|
|Publisher||:||"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2007|