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PRESS RELEASE: Digital Outback Photo released: DOP3002RSP The Art of RAW Conversion using RawShooter Premium 2006

Optimal image quality from RawShooter Premium 2006 and Photoshop CS2

about 200 pages downloadable PDF at $29.95

Digital Outback Photo just released a new e-book: "The Art of RAW Conversion using RawShooter Premium 2006, Optimal image quality from RawShooter Premium 2006 and Photoshop CS2". This book covers all angles of RAW conversion based on a real-world experience. Also topics like color management, DNG and B&W are covered. The RAW converter featured is RawShooter Premium 2006.

Here are some of the highlights:

  • Our latest E-Book about RAW conversion using RSP (based on our core book DOP3002 but specialized for RSP)
  • Pixmantec RawShooter Premium 2006
  • Understanding the full RAW workflow
  • Introduction to DNG
  • Understanding basic color management
  • Converting to B&W with your RAW converters
  • Perfecting images by removing image artifacts like: Noise, Chromatic Aberrations, Lens Distortions, dust and sharpening
  • Upsizing, dark/light halo and edge mask sharpening
  • Based on real-world experience
  • Optimized for working on the screen
You can upgrade from DOP3002 for only $17.95

What do you learn from our e-books?
  • What are raw files and why raw files gets you better image quality
  • What is the responsibility of a raw converter
  • Basic understanding of color management
  • Learn to read histograms
  • The essential workflow steps
  • Mastering your raw converter
  • Adjust exposure, white balance, contrast and colors
  • We try to make the workflow as simple as possible but not simpler
  • Pure B&W workflow
Our e-books teach how to solve the digital workflow problems at hand and not just summarize what tools can do. All techniques are based on real world experiences as fine art photographers. Have a look at our portfolios and you will realize what you can do yourself.


(First posted on Thursday, November 10, 2005 at 07:44 EST)

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