An Introduction to Digital Imaging with Photoshop 7 (2 PAP/CDR)

An Introduction to Digital Imaging with Photoshop 7 (2 PAP/CDR)

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Turn your digital camera and desktop printer into a state-of-the-art design studio! An Introduction to Digital Imaging with Photoshop 7 is the perfect choice for students and hobbyists who want to experiment with all of the variables involved in successful digital imaging while learning how to use Adobe(R) Photoshop(R). Unlike software manuals that can be complicated and intimidating, the clear and concise presentation of information in this book allows future digital artists to adopt an intuitive, "right-brain" approach to mastering the basics. Exercises and assignments make it easy to get started creating and manipulating digital images for application to print, multimedia, video, and the Internet. In-depth coverage of scanning and digitizing, plus detailed instruction in how to use Photoshop features and apply special effects, exposes readers to a host of exciting and very contemporary possibilities. An interactive CD-ROM is also included to enable users to search for examples that illustrate specific techniques and review the steps necessary to create these images.A "must" for anyone seeking an entree to the world of photography in a contemporary age - with more techniques than ever before - this how-to manual and long-lasting reference provides a complete course in the fundamentals of creating photographic art using a camera and the computer.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Approach xv
Using the Book xvi
Exercises and Supplemental Material xvi
About the Companion CD-ROM xvii
Acknowledgments xvii
Dedication xviii
About the Author xviii
Introduction to a New Era in Photography
Introduction 2 (4)
What Is Digital Imaging? 6 (1)
Some Advantages of an Electronic Image over 6 (2)
a Conventional Photograph
Converting a Conventional Photographic 8 (1)
Image into an Electronic Image
Printing Electronic Images 9 (1)
Digital Imaging Hardware 10 (1)
Guidelines for Getting Started with 11 (3)
Electronic Imaging
Digitizing Images
Digital Cameras 14 (3)
Advantages of Digital Camera over Film 17 (1)
Cameras
Disadvantages of Digital Camera over Film 17 (1)
Cameras
Digital Camera Basics 17 (2)
Digitizing Film and Other Images 19 (1)
Digitizing Prints: Flatbed Scanning 20 (3)
Scanning Basics 20 (2)
Advanced Scanning 22 (1)
Scanning Film 22 (1)
Digitizing Resources and Alternatives 23 (3)
Scanning Service Bureaus 23 (1)
CD-ROM 24 (1)
The Internet 24 (1)
Kodak Photo CD 24 (2)
Exercises for Getting Started
Introduction 26 (2)
Preliminary Exercises 28 (3)
Launching Photoshop 28 (1)
Resetting Tools 29 (1)
Opening an Image 29 (1)
Duplicating an Image 30 (1)
Saving an Image 30 (1)
The Exercises 31 (43)
Exercise 3-1: Creating an Electronic Image 32 (2)
Exercise 3-2: Adjusting Contrast 34 (2)
Exercise 3-3: Cropping an Image 36 (2)
Exercise 3-4: Dodging Out and Burning In 38 (2)
Exercise 3-5: Selecting a Rectangular or 40 (2)
Elliptical Area
Exercise 3-6: Selecting a Freeform Shape 42 (2)
Using the Lasso Tool
Exercise 3-7: Selecting an Area by Color 44 (1)
Exercise 3-8: Copying and Pasting 45 (2)
Exercise 3-9: Creating Type 47 (1)
Exercise 3-10: Rotating and Flipping 48 (2)
Exercise 3-11: Compressing and Expanding 50 (1)
Exercise 3-12: Creating a High-contrast 51 (1)
Effect
Exercise 3-13: Solarization 52 (1)
Exercise 3-14: Double Exposure and 53 (1)
Sandwiched Negatives
Exercise 3-15: Toning 54 (1)
Exercise 3-16: Coloring 54 (1)
Exercise 3-17: Removing Color 55 (1)
Exercise 3-18: Using the Brush Tool 56 (2)
Exercise 3-19: Retouching and Cloning 58 (2)
Exercise 3-20: Creating Layers 60 (1)
Exercise 3-21: Guides 61 (1)
Exercise 3-22: Contact Sheets 62 (1)
Exercise 3-23: The Paint Bucket Tool and 63 (2)
Paste Into Command
Exercise 3-24: Creating an Abstract 65 (2)
Design with the Gradient Tool
Exercise 3-25: Creating an Abstract 67 (1)
Design with the Pen Tool
Exercise 3-26: Working with Special 68 (2)
Effects Filters
Exercise 3-27: Vignetting 70 (1)
Exercise 3-28: Creating Uneven Edges 71 (1)
Exercise 3-29: Creating a Short Depth of 72 (1)
Field
Exercise 3-30: Fading an Image 73 (1)
Overview of Adobe Photoshop Functionality
Introduction 74 (1)
Opening an Image in Adobe Photoshop 74 (1)
Adjusting an Image: First Steps 75 (8)
Value Adjustment 75 (4)
Sharpness Adjustment 79 (1)
Color Adjustment 80 (3)
Saving an Image 83 (1)
The Toolbox 84 (24)
Selection Tools 84 (9)
Tools for Other Functions 93 (15)
Menus and Commands 108 (9)
Menus 108 (1)
Basic Menu Commands 109 (8)
Modes 117 (1)
Palettes 118 (5)
Layers Palette 118 (3)
Channels 121 (1)
Other Palettes 122 (1)
Correcting Mistakes 123 (2)
Undo Command 123 (1)
Step Backwards Command 123 (1)
History Palette 123 (1)
History Brush 124 (1)
Revert 124 (1)
Managing Files 125 (3)
Save and Save As Commands 125 (1)
About File Formats 125 (2)
Storing Images 127 (1)
Electronic Printing
Types of Prints Made from the Computer 128 (4)
Printing from the Computer 132 (2)
Assignments for Developing Creativity
Assignments Using Traditional and Digital 134 (29)
Cameras
Assignment 6-1: Two People in a 135 (2)
Relationship
Assignment 6-2: Asymmetrical Balance 137 (2)
Assignment 6-3A: Light as the Subject 139 (2)
Assignment 6-3B: Painting with Light 141 (2)
Assignment 6-4A: Short Depth of Field 143 (1)
Assignment 6-4B: Long Depth of Field 144 (2)
Assignment 6-5: Portrait 146 (2)
Assignment 6-6: Self-portrait 148 (2)
Assignment 6-7A: Blurred Motion 150 (2)
Assignment 6-7B: Panning 152 (1)
Assignment 6-7C: Stop Action 153 (2)
Assignment 6-8: Artificial Light 155 (2)
Assignment 6-9: Famous Photographer 157 (2)
Assignment 6-10: Macro, Larger Than Life 159 (1)
Assignment 6-11: Documentary/Performance 160 (3)
Photography
Assignments Using Electronic Imaging 163 (29)
Assignment 6-12: Gulliver's Travels 163 (2)
Assignment 6-13: Words and Images 165 (2)
Assignment 6-14: Pop Art Portrait 167 (3)
Assignment 6-15: Genealogy 170 (3)
Assignment 6-16: Toning, Hand-Coloring, 173 (2)
and Gradients
Assignment 6-17: Colors of Autumn/Spring 175 (3)
Assignment 6-18: Photogram 178 (3)
Assignment 6-19: Tabloid 181 (3)
Assignment 6-20: Cartooning 184 (3)
Assignment 6-21: Absolut Photoshop 187 (1)
Assignment 6-22: Campus of the Future 188 (2)
Assignment 6-23: Mixed Media 190 (2)
Composition and Aesthetics
Composition: The Tradition 192 (1)
Elements of Design 192 (6)
Principles of Design 198 (8)
Balance 199 (1)
Harmony 200 (1)
Dominance 200 (2)
Variety 202 (1)
Space 203 (1)
Movement 204 (1)
Proportion 204 (1)
Economy 205 (1)
Craftsmanship 206 (1)
Asymmetrical Balance 206 (2)
The Rule of Thirds 206 (2)
Asymmetry: A Starting Point 208 (1)
The Fine Print Aesthetic of Edward Weston 208 (2)
Henri Cartier-Bresson's Decisive Moment 210 (1)
The Cartier-Bresson Approach 210 (1)
Exploring the Intuitive Approach 211 (1)
Going Beyond the Rules with Diane Arbus 211 (3)
Legal and Ethical Considerations of Image
Making
Who and What Can Be Photographed? 214 (3)
The Legal Picture 214 (2)
The Ethical Picture 216 (1)
When Is Consent Necessary In Photographing? 217 (1)
The Legal Picture 217 (1)
The Ethical Picture 217 (1)
What Is Copyright? 218 (6)
Copyright as Ownership 219 (1)
Copyright Notice 219 (1)
Fair Use 220 (1)
The Legal Picture 221 (1)
The Ethical Picture 222 (1)
Copyright-free Images 223 (1)
Electronic Imaging: Careers
Commercial Arts 224 (2)
Commercial Photography 226 (3)
Commercial Illustration, Layout, and Design 229 (1)
Prepress 229 (1)
Fine Art Photography 229 (1)
Photojournalism 230 (2)
Developing Creativity and a Philosophy of
Photographic Image Making
The Tools of Creativity 232 (3)
A Philosophy of Photography 235 (1)
Questions Toward a Philosophy 236 (4)
Special Image Effects in Adobe Photoshop
Filters 240 (8)
Artistic, Brush Stroke, and Sketch 242 (2)
Blur 244 (1)
Distort 244 (1)
Noise 245 (1)
Pixelate 246 (1)
Render 246 (2)
Stylize 248 (1)
Texture 248 (1)
Other Effects 248 (5)
Blending Modes 248 (2)
Layer Styles 250 (2)
Liquify 252 (1)
Pattern Maker 253 (1)
Brush Commands 253 (3)
Define Brush 254 (1)
Brush Palettes 255 (1)
Curves Command 256 (1)
Digital Panorama 257 (1)
Digital Negatives 258 (1)
Web Tools 258 (26)
Image Ready 258 (1)
Slice 259 (1)
Exercises for Developing Skills and Creativity
Exercise 12-1 Photomontage 260 (2)
Exercise 12-2: Perspective Type 262 (2)
Exercise 12-3: ``Attitude'' Poster 264 (2)
Exercise 12-4: ``Wish You Were Here'' 266 (2)
Postcard
Exercise 12-5: Translucent Type over an 268 (1)
Image
Exercise 12-6: Mirrored Image 269 (1)
Exercise 12-7: Patterns 270 (2)
Exercise 12-8: Textures 272 (1)
Exercise 12-9: ``Halo'' Around a Shape 272 (1)
Exercise 12-10: Television Screen with 273 (1)
Glow
Exercise 12-11: Faded Arrows 274 (1)
Exercise 12-12: Sphere with Shadow 275 (2)
Exercise 12-13: Cone with Shadow 277 (1)
Exercise 12-14: Cube with Shadow 278 (2)
Exercise 12-15: Cartoon Landscape 280 (2)
Exercise 12-16: Perspective Room Cartoon 282 (1)
Exercise 12-17: Cartoon Character 283 (1)
Appendix A Resources
Traditional/Digital Photographic Materials 284 (2)
Film, Chemicals, and Paper 284 (1)
Cameras, Darkroom, Digital Printers, and 285 (1)
Supplies
Electronic Imaging Materials and Services 286 (1)
Ink-Jet Printer Supplies 286 (1)
Printing Services 286 (1)
Photo CD 286 (1)
Software and Documentation 287 (1)
Software 287 (1)
Book Publishers 287 (1)
Periodicals 287 (1)
Photography Organizations and Libraries 288 (1)
Organizations 288 (1)
Internet Resource Guides 288 (1)
Appendix B Basic Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts 289 (1)
Appendix C Recommended Reading 290 (1)
Appendix D Glossary 291 (2)
Appendix E Index 293