New Dimensions in Photo Processes (Photo Imaging, in the first edition, pre-home computers) presents techniques that combine painterly concerns with printmaking ideas, photographic principles, and graphic design elements. Painters, for instance, think about the articulation of an image by the physical application of materials and by the selection of a surface onto which the materials will adhere. Printmakers are familiar with different types of paper and the variations that can be achieved in a print while creating an edition. Traditional photographers, used to the light sensitivity of certain substances, may think about the way a photographic technique can change the visual reading of a picture. Graphic designers and illustrators ...

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