Digital Imaging, Archiving, and Printing
In my office at the moment, I have six Photoshop manuals, three books on maintaining a digital archive, three books on RAW format, three more on color management, and six books on digital photography in general. Each of the books is probably 500-plus pages. This chapter cannot possibly teach you the complexities of postprocessing digital images in a comprehensive way. I’m going to throw you a life preserver here, not teach you how to build a boat.
I also need to confess up front that I am a confirmed Macintosh user. The entire photography and design industry is Mac-centric; all of our computers in the New York University Photo and Imaging Department are Macs. The few times I have had to use ...