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Digital Photography Best Practices and Workflow Handbook: A Guide to Staying Ahead of the Workflow Curve [Paperback]

Patricia Russotti , Richard Anderson

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27 Nov 2009

Managing your digital photos can be one of the most unavoidable headaches. With so many existing workflow practices based on specific software rather than a universal view of the entire image file processing ecology, you need something that can make the process less overwhelming. Patricia Russotti and Richard Anderson provide you with the best workflow practices for planning and capturing to archiving you digital photography and everything in between. This easy-to-follow design paired with detailed charts and beautiful photos will give you the tools you need to perfect your workflow.  This handbook is software version independent and focuses more on the key fundamentals that are a constant from software to software.

Furthermore, stay current with the accompanying website ( that provides resources and links for ever changing technology and the latest advances in workflow, and interviews with professional photographers. Co-published with the American Society of Media Photographers and dpBestflow (A U.S. Library of Congress funded project) Digital Photography Best Practices and Workflow Handbook is the most trusted resource for digital photographers and digital imaging artists.

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Patricia Russotti is a New Media Professor, College of Imaging Arts & Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology. She is an artist, educator, curriculum developer, and international presenter. She provides imaging services for corporations, public service organizations and individual artistic commissions.
Richard Anderson is a working commercial photographer, a member of the Board of Directors of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), Chair of the ASMP Digital Standards Committee, Principal author of, and creator of, a Library of Congress funded project. He is also the recipient of 2009 International Photographic Council (IPC) Photographer Leadership Award.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Useful but not the best workflow book 25 Dec 2013
By Harry T. Dubetz - Published on
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This book is ambitious. It strives to be the standard workflow reference or educational aid. The writing style is academic, meaning scholarly, and often this is a hindrance (scholars write for scholars). The subject matter travels hills and valleys in that it sometimes dwells on the obvious, while at other times skims over confusing technical topics. Mostly it takes three pages to state three paragraphs, which is another example of the academic approach.

A much better book is The Digital Photography Workflow Handbook my Juergen Gulbins and Uwe Steinmueller from Rocky Nook Publishing. This is an excellent book translated from the German work, Handbuch Digitale Dunkelkammer. Begin with this one.
2.0 out of 5 stars Didn't Work For Me 19 Dec 2013
By Lindy - Published on
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It took about 10 or 15 minutes of looking through this book to realize it wasn't going to meet my needs. A book on the subject of best practices and workflow should be concise, yet elaborate on essential knowledge. This book was so full of theory and other fluff, I couldn't find the substance. To me, it was more like a textbook just waiting for a pop quiz. Sent it right back to Amazon who gave me a credit but not a refund. No problem, as I do a lot of Amazon shopping!

P.S.: Not what I was looking for but may work for others.....
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5.0 out of 5 stars A fabulous read 5 Oct 2012
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This text is exactly as I anticipated and has helped me achieve an A in my course thus far. It also, as my instructor stated when he chose this additional bood for our course, "This is an excellent resource book to keep on hand, regardless of which version of Photoshop or other product you use to edit or process your photographs."
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Book is thorough; Amazon dissapoints 5 July 2013
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I rented this book because I was unable to pay full price at the time I needed to start reading it for work. The book is huge, thorough and current. In fact, even as a fast reader I was unable to finish it before my rental was up (30 days). So I extended it, and extended it again. Then when I only had $2.13 before I would "own" this book (Amazon promised as long as your rental didn't expire, you could apply the amount you spent to rent towards purchase.) Of course, I planned to purchase it! Unfortunately, the book suddenly was unavailable to purchase, yet an identical book with expanded title is. I have been unable to get a hold of someone at Amazon to voice my complaints. I really spent $20 on a book that I didn't get to finish. I will switch to iBooks now and just buy books outright when I can afford them.
4 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best book on Digital Workflow 9 Dec 2009
By A. Taylor - Published on
This is the best book I have seen to help optimize your digital workflow. Plus there is a great section in the back on ergonomics. These guys really know their stuff!
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