The advent of digital photography has opened up image-making to a whole new audience, encompassing traditionally-based photographers as well as computer enthusiasts. Starting with simple manipulations such as removing minor flaws or tidying up a fussy background, and moving on to more complex work such as layering and montaging where you can combine elements from different sources into new and original works of art, Creative Digital Photography guides those new to the medium through the full range of creative possibilities. The most important message of this book is that computer wizardry should be regarded simply as a means to an end: throughout, Michael Busselle emphasises the need to create memorable images rather than to concentrate on digital gimmickry for its own sake.
Beautifully illustrated and clearly written with minimal jargon, Creative Digital Photography is an inspiring and informative guide for everyone interested in creative image-making.
Written by Michael Busselle. 160 pages long.