“What They are Saying” "· Your eBook is VERY soundly argued and articulate. A pleasant change. Thanks so much for you wisdom: outstanding value-for-money. - John C." "· Thanks very much, Bob. I’d resolved that you deserved the $$$ just for your inspiration. I spent all afternoon playing with my 5D ii settings, discovering how much information I’d been discarding. The theory was not new, nor ETTR, nor radical ACR adjustments. But your lucid argument for taking RAW way beyond the review screen was compelling. Great fun! - Duncan D." There are many reasons for photographers to capture the optimum digital exposure. The ultimate goal is to achieve their Artistic Vision. However, there are many practical benefits: reducing camera noise; more tonal data; increasing sharpness and less digital processing artifacts. In this book, Bob will discuss photographic exposure and explain why the optimum digital exposure is critical. He will also introduce his "OneZone" exposure method to achieve "The Optimum Digital Exposure". If you take your digital photography seriously this is a must read.
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Photographer and consultant, Bob also conducts workshops, lectures and private instruction On-Line in all phases of digital photography. Beginning serious photography in 1965, Bob explored conventional darkroom techniques in both B&W and color. His work at Polaroid R&D in silver emulsions along with his US patent for color printing give Bob a broad base in film photography. He was an instructor for both the Nikon and the Time Life Schools of Photography. He presented his first digital media production in 1984, founded the Olympus School of Digital Photography in 1998 and continues to work at the leading edge of digital technology. As digital photography continues to advance, Bob will continue to blend his unique background of film photography with his extensive experience in the digital world.
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