Easy to follow, expert advice on how to create long-lasting, impactful prints.
Thanks to the convenience of cameraphones and the many fun ways to share digital images, most photos now are viewed only on computers, TV screens or portable devices.
Most of the images shared through social media are ephemeral; taken, posted and forgotten. And while our best photos can stand out on a back-lit screen, none of the digital display options has the lasting impact of a high-quality print.
Photo Printing teaches you the basics of how to choose the right printer and paper, set up the printer driver, and how to balance colours and tones. The book guides you through colour management, soft proofing, and how to control the differences between how an image appears on a screen and when it’s output to paper; all you need to make high-quality colour and monochrome prints.
About the author
Margaret Brown is technical editor of Photo Review Australia magazine and website and has been writing on photography for more than 30 years. She is author of the popular and extensive Photo Review Pocket Guide series and the Australian Consumer Association’s Choice Guide to Digital Photography.