Books

Processing the Digital Image

This book will discuss all aspects of processing the digital image; raise your awareness of tonal relationships and how to correct those areas in your photos.
A simple crop and AutoTone adjustment will help the viewer better see your photographic vision. This book’s processing "how tos", from simple to advanced, are not software specific and will affect the way you process and present your digital photography.

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The Optimum Digital Exposure

There is one optimum exposure in digital photography – and, it is NOT the camera’s meter. It is exposing the brightest part of your scene to be 99% brightness in your processing software... the OneZone™
This book defines the optimum exposure: what it is, its benefits and exposure methods to achieve it.
...If you take your digital photography seriously this is a must read.

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PDI and TODE Bundle

Processing the Digital Image & The Optimum Digital Exposure provide a strong foundation for understanding the entire digital photography PhotoCycle™ They will provide the photographer with tools and knowledge to better express their "Artistic Vision".

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The PDF version has dynamic links to supportive information
This book has a companion website, www.onezone.photos

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PDI Book and 1 Hour of Training

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PDF version of Processing the Digital Image plus an hour of one-on-one online training and discussion with the author.

This book will discuss all aspects of processing the digital image; raise your awareness of tonal relationships and how to correct those areas in your photos.

A simple crop and AutoTone adjustment will help the viewer better see your photographic vision. This book’s processing "how tos", from simple to advanced, are not software specific and will affect the way you process and present your digital photography.

TODE Book and 1 Hour of Training

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PDF version of The Optimum Digital Exposure plus an hour of one-on-one online training and discussion with the author.

There is one optimum exposure in digital photography – and, it is NOT the camera’s meter. It is exposing the brightest part of your scene to be 99% brightness in your processing software... the OneZone™