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Digital Art Photography For Dummies® by Matthew Bamberg

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Author's Acknowledgments

First, cheers to Nicole Sholly and Teresa Artman, who guided the progress of this book and offered dozens of solutions and ideas in its development. To them, a heartfelt thanks. Thanks also to: Robert Stone for his patience teaching me the ins and outs of landscape photography in Paris and Vietnam; Robert Jones of Insightful Solutions for guidance for Internet and Web site photography; Roger Vail for his wonderful nighttime carnival photography (http://we.got.net/~rvail/recent/recent.html); the expertise of sports photographer Drew Brashler; and Rich Glass and infrared photographer, Robert Contreras (www.robertcontreras.com) who helped widen the book's focus. Also of assistance were the Borgan, Taylor, and Bodon families whose ideas, photos, and patience modeling for dozens of shots made the process not work but fun. I can't forget the valuable assistance in shooting provided by Dr. Suellen Evavold, Trixie Mauleon, and Kelly Lewis and son, Chase. And keeping me on track, offering aesthetic advice on hundreds of photos as they progressed through Photoshop and moved onto the printed page, was Todd Larson. My experiences with all the staff of City Art (Van Nuys, California) helped to make this book a completed cycle by giving insight to one of the most important stages of the art photography process: framing an image. Selling the image, too, needs to be recognized. To that end, I thank James Claude and Miguel Linares of Palm Springs Consignment, a mid-century ...

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