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Practical Artistry: Light & Exposure for Digital Photographers
The first Edition of the Light & Exposure for Digital Photographers by Harold Davis published by O'Reilly in 2008. This book may be purchased as an online edition at www.safari.oreilly.com.

This title describes the techniques of classical & digital photography & presents the best practices of the craft of photography of our time. Light & Exposure for Digital Photographers is a practical book for digital photographers. Harold Davis has designed this title to work on a number of different levels. He feels that "your journey with this book & making photos is as joyous and magical" as his has been.
This title has covered many topics, including evaluating light & choosing the best exposure, selecting shutter speed, working with aperture & depth of field, shooting in available & artificial light, understanding the true potential of the digital darkroom, many more. Author, H. Davis is a professional photographer & writer, whose work has been widely published & collected.



Dreamweaver CS3: The Missing Manual


Dreamweaver
CS3: the missing manual by David Sawyer McFarland published by O'Reilly Media in 2007.
David Sawyer McFarland is the president of Sawyer McFarland Media Inc., a Web development & training company in Portland , Oregon. He is been building web sites since 1995, when he designed his first Web site, an online magazine for communication professionals.
This is the witty superbly guide to the computer products that don't come with printed manuals. Throughout its history, Dreamweaver has managed to keep pace with changing technological landscape with each new version. Dreameaver CS3 is not exception and is capable of working with more technologies than any previous version. Whether you are creating database-enabled PHP Pages, using Cascading Style Sheets for cutting-edge design effects, dipping into the dynamic world of JavaScript & AJAX, or simply sticking to straightforward HTML pages, Dreamweaver just has about all the tools you need.




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