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''A must-have book for all photographers.''--John Shaw, johnshawphoto.comIf you're serious about digital photography, you know that taking a great photo is only the beginning. You want to share your polished images with the widest possible audience. This means you need to optimize images for different mediums--print, the Web, slideshows--and draw people to your work.Learn how to do so with digital-imaging experts Jon Canfield and Tim Grey. Combining practical know-how with inspiring examples, they'll teach how you to take control of your output. They introduce the technologies and techniques you need to attain the best results for any medium and they reveal tips for attracting viewers. By the time you finish this book, you'll be able to get your photographs the attention they deserve
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John Canfield Ewers (July 21, 1909 – May 7, 1997) was an American ethnologist and museum curator. Known for his studies on the art and history of the American Plains Indians, he was described by the New York Times as one of his country's "foremost interpreters of American Indian culture." He was instrumental in establishing the National Museum of American History and became its Director in 1964. At the time of his death he was Ethnologist Emeritus of the Smithsonian Institution and was the first recipient of the Smithsonian's Exceptional Service Award as well as the Western History Association's Oscar O.
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