Packt is pleased to announce the release of its new book Aftershot Pro: Non-destructive photo editing and management; the book that will show readers how to edit, develop and manage photos with AfterShot Pro. Written by Joachim Ziebs, this book is a practical hands-on guide that will show readers how to develop the RAW sensor data of their camera into images.
Corel AfterShot Pro is a fast, flexible photo workflow solution that combines robust photo management, advanced non-destructive adjustments and complete RAW processing. It helps in organizing photos in catalogs or folders, and lets users experiment and alter images freely with non-destructive adjustment tools and apply enhancements precisely with selective editing.. With RAW support, powerful batch processing and incredible speed, AfterShot Pro is the fast way to professional photos.
Aftershot Pro: Non-destructive photo editing and management will help readers to non-destructively edit photos, develop RAW files into stunning images and manage photos with ease.
Aftershot Pro: Non-destructive photo editing and management takes a tutorial approach towards using the AfterShot Pro. It first teaches readers all the basic techniques of editing the RAW sensor data of their DSLRs and other digital cameras, and then progresses into the advanced techniques of photo-editing and management. Readers will also learn to configure the application to their workflow by setting up keyboard mappings, changing the user interface, and most importantly by setting up batch processes that will help them save time for the creative part of editing while leaving the basic tasks to the computer.
Aftershot Pro: Non-destructive photo editing and management is for great for photographers who want to start working with AfterShot Pro. This book is now available for purchase in print and popular e-book formats at the Packt book-page.
|Aftershot Pro: Non-destructive photo editing and management|
|This book will show you how to edit, develop, and manage your photos with AfterShot Pro
For more information, please visit the book page