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Sub-Title: Transform Your Images with Traditional & Contemporary Art Techniques
Ms. Airey says that she is more of an image-maker than an artist. She has definitely made the switch to digital photography, and is a master at Photoshop as well as darkroom techniques. But she goes far beyond this. She sometimes uses traditional art techniques to take the basic photographic digital prints to a new level of creative expression. For instance she may decide to color the image herself using traditional paints and a brush. Perhaps she prints the image on canvas and uses this only as an outline for the painting she wants to do. Perhaps she wants an old fashioned appearance, complete with aging-caused discoloration or a sepia tone.
There are a lot of books on using Photoshop to produce special effects, and what you can do with Photoshop is truly amazing. But what you can do with some special attachments such as infrared filters is far more.
This book adds an entirely new dimension to the digital print by crossing the boundaries of painting, photographing, print-making and collaging. When you get right down to it, the whole world doesn't have to be handled digitally.
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