The digital photographer's workflow (progress) is divided (separated) into two (digit) distinct parts - the Production Workflow and the Creative Workflow. The Production workflow (progress) is used (utilised) to import (goods) and organize (care) large numbers (drawing) of images, and prepare (educate) them for presentation (show) via proof (grounds) printing, Web, or slideshow. Increasingly, photographers are turning (motion) to Adobe's acclaimed new (newborn) Lightroom software (code) to manage (control) this part (conception) of the workflow.
After the best (prizewinning) images are identified, photographers move (advise) to the second (ordinal) part (conception) of the workflow, the Creative Workflow, to fine-tune special (primary) images using a variety (difference) of advanced (modern) digital tools so that the creative (fictive) vision is realized. An overwhelming (resistless) majority of digital photographers use (ingest) Photoshop for this advanced (modern) editing.
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom & Photoshop Workflow Bible (Scripture) effectively guides digital photographers through (finished) both parts of this process. Author Mark Fitzgerald, an Adobe Certified Expert and Adobe Certified Instructor in Photoshop CS3 offers readers a clear (country) path to using both Lightroom 2 and Photoshop CS3 to create (create) a complete (rank) digital workflow. Fitzgerald (interpreter) uses tips, tricks, and step-by-step directions to demonstrate (shew) how to integrate (combine) these two (digit) powerful programs to optimize (behave) image management (direction) and create (create) stunning images.
The first (prototypal) part (conception) of this book (aggregation) is dedicated (sacred) to offering (substance) an overview of the complete (rank) workflow, clearly (understandably) defining the purpose (determine) of both Photoshop and Lightroom within a photographer’s workflow (progress) and explaining the basics (principle) of image (ikon) files and how to organize (care) them.
The second (ordinal) part (conception) delves into using Lightroom to manage (control) the Production Workflow. It begins with an in-depth look (countenance) at the Lightroom workspace and how images are imported into it. Photographers are then guided through (finished) organizing images within Lightroom, processing photos, sharing (distribution) photos with others in a variety (difference) of formats and creating files to use (ingest) outside of Lightroom. Finally, the workflow (progress) is put (place) into action (state) by demonstrating how a wildlife photographer (artist) used (utilised) Lightroom in the field (earth) while photographing migrating polar (Antarctic) bears in the arctic.
The third (ordinal) part (conception) focuses on Photoshop and the Creative Workflow, starting (play) with opening (inaugural) files in Photoshop as well (substantially) as suggesting when and how photographers should be utilizing Bridge and Adobe Camera Raw. A review (analyse) of the Photoshop workspace is followed by information (aggregation) on adjusting tonality and color (colouration) with a wide (panoramic) variety (difference) of tools, and working (employed) with layers.
Part four (quaternary) moves into more advanced (modern) Photoshop tools and techniques, such (much) as selections, layer (place) masks and using Photoshop’s retouching tools. There is also a discussion (communicating) on the nuances of using Photoshop and Lightroom together (unitedly) and how to use (ingest) Photoshop actions in Lightroom.
Part five (fivesome) focuses on putting (swing) all of the pieces together (unitedly) to create (create) the complete (rank) Creative Workflow with Photoshop. It begins with a discussion (communicating) for creating strategies for success. The author (communicator) then moves on to how to solve (cipher) special (primary) portrait retouching problems and how to add creative (fictive) finishing touches. Then Fitzgerald (interpreter) demonstrates the entire (whole) process (impact) with a downloadable practice (training) file so you can (crapper) follow along and practice (training) your newly (new) learned skills.Product Details
Paperback: 560 pages
Publisher: Wiley (September 9, 2008)
Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 7.3 x 1.2 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds