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The Digital Zone System: Taking Control from Capture to Print Paperback – 31 Dec 2012
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About the Author
Robert Fisher is a commercial and fine art photographer and freelance writer based just outside of Toronto, Canada. His love of photography began nearly 15 years ago when he was first exposed to the impressionistic style of photography. This style captivated his imagination and served as the red pill for his journey into the photographic rabbit hole.
Robert holds an honors Bachelor of Administration degree from Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario, and his photographic knowledge has been gained through trial and error, asking questions, and informally studying photography and photographic techniques.
Robert has held several solo and group shows and his work has been exhibited in a number of local galleries. He has traveled as far as the Czech Republic to cover events and has drawn upon his education in business to publish several articles in finance industry publications.
Outside of photography, Robert is an enthusiastic and experimental amateur chef, gardener, player of really bad guitar, and owner of two adopted dogs he affectionately refers to as The Idiots.
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None of the images within the book have convinced me of the benefits of using this rather complex system. In my opinion, using Photoshop with a number of readily available plug-ins can achieve similar results. I would have liked to have seen much more information in the book, particularly in chapter 5, as I suspect some stages have been missed out, or perhaps more illustrations might have helped.
Just owning Photoshop is not enough: unless the reader is an expert in all the detailed workings of Photoshop, I would recommend steering clear of the technique described in this book.
Although I am a very keen photographer and an active member of a local camera club, I will not be adopting this technique any time soon.
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