Here are some images taken during my digital photography workshop
at the Berks Camera Club's 38th Annual Photography Conference held 20-22 June 1997
at the Kutztown University, Kutztown, Pennsylvania.
Here are the references I talked about in my presentation:
For those just starting out, I recommend:
DIGITAL IMAGING FOR VISUAL ARTISTS
Sally Wiener Grotta and Daniel Grotta
As the name implies, this book is designed for individuals who want to use digital
imaging technology as a tool and has excellent "working level' coverage of digital
For those who want a better understanding of digital image processing technology
DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING: Principles and Application
Gregory A. Baxes
John Wiley & Sons, Inc
This is the book I call "digital image processing for mere mortals". It
takes a non-mathematically rigorous approach to digital imaging technology. If you
don't know a Fourier transform from bus ticket but still want a better understanding
of digital imaging, this is your book. Greg's web page can be found at http://www.imageware.com/web.
Agfa also puts out an excellent series of digital imaging and digital printing publications.
A description of the available publications, including an interactive CD-ROM guide
to digital color prepress that I highly recommend, is available on Agfa's web page
The Eastman Kodak Digital Learning Center located on the World Wide Web (WWW) at
is an excellent free source of information for those starting out in digital imaging.
Page created 23 June 1997