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This review is from: New Epson Complete Guide to Digital Printing (Lark Photography Book) (Paperback)
Whilst this book is not the best structured, and the initial parts cover much of what you would find in a photography book - it is common sense that you can't make a good quality print out of a poor photograph. However, when you have waded half way through the book you get to the real meat. A work flow of the things to consider in producing a quality print. And then some extrmely useful stuff about how to enhance your photos by darkening/lightening selected areas of the photo using photoshop. The concepts are based on the old dark room techniques, albeit they do not use the dodge and burn tools in photoshop. Using curves/levels/hue and saturation adjustment layer masks, the improvement in my prints has been distintly noticable.
I did have to spend much more time working on one photo, but with time I spend less and less, as now I know what I am doing.