The Art of Photoshop® for Digital Photographers: from Image Capture to Art [By Daniel Giordan]
Publisher: Sams | ISBN: 0-672-32713-9 | Format: chm | 9.36 MB | 288 pages | 2005
Experience the highly visual format of the Art of Photoshop: Digital Photography Workshop and learn how to take good source photos and transform them into display-quality digital works of art with visual effects used in Adobe Photoshop. Using the beauty of the Tuscan region of Italy as a backdrop, author and artist/photographer Daniel Giordan, will take you through the steps of how to capture good source materials, how to explore the artistic effect of those images, and how to turn those explorations into richly layered and visually complex artwork using the tools available in Photoshop. This is your chance to look over the author's shoulder and he guides you through a process of creative exploration through which he creates 10 artistic montages. Learn the techniques he uses by working alongside him with the source materials provided on the included CD and then be able to apply those techniques to your source images to create wonderful digital art.
About the Author
Daniel Giordan is the founder and Creative Director for DigiRAMA Studios. He has an extensive background in creative design, fine arts, branding and marketing, and has worked with corporate clients such as Pan Am, Priceline, and IFMG. Giordan has written many articles and books, including the monthly "Net Worthy" column for Adobe Magazine and a monthly section in Digital Camera magazine entitled "Giordan on Photoshop." Other articles have appeared in Peterson's Photographic, Publish, Photoshop User, Digital Photographer, and Webreference.com.
His artwork has been exhibited at The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and in galleries throughout New England, including Stux Gallery, Boston University, and Yale University.
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