PhotographyBLOG Review: “Photo Finish” by Jon Canfield and Tim Grey

November 9, 2004 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 2 Comments |

Photo Finish“Photo Finish” is a new book from digital imaging experts Jon Canfield and Tim Grey which explores the different ways of presenting your photographs after you have taken them. Capturing a great image is only half the battle; showing it off to the rest of the world is also an essential part of any photographer’s workflow, whether it be to your family members, to clients or for an exhibition. Written from the viewpoint of the digital photographer, “Photo Finish” looks at a wide range of techniques, including printing using an inkjet printer, using traditional print labs and online print services, displaying images on the internet, creating digital slideshows, and finishing and exhibiting prints. During 316 pages, the authors clearly explain why and how you can present your work in the best possible way and make your photographs stand out from the crowd. Find out if “Photo Finish” can make your photographs shine by reading my review.

Website: “Photo Finish: The Digital Photographer’s Guide to Printing, Showing, and Selling Images” Review



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Photo Finish is a must-have book for all photographers looking to take control of their output, showing how to optimize images for print, the Internet, galleries, and on-line retail.

7:28 am - Friday, February 12, 2010

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My friend had recommended me this book. Was too busy to read. I feel I should now give it a try.

5:48 pm - Thursday, January 16, 2014