Notice to Our Visitors
This website formerly served to supplement my comprehensive eBook, Digital Photography Tutor (TM) -- a book designed to teach readers at the beginning or intermediate experience levels how to transform casual snapshots into perfect prints by combining the capabilities of a digital camera (or a scan of existing photo prints) with the power of Adobe® Photoshop® or Adobe® Photoshop® Elements.
Many technological developments have appeared in new Photoshop releases since Digital Photography Tutor was first published. And with the growth of new online resources, there are now many more sources for learning about digital photography. When the last printing of my book recently sold out, the publisher and I agreed that we did not want to reprint the book unless we could make the changes necessary to bring it current and cover the many new features now available in Adobe Photoshop Elements 6.0 and Adobe Photoshop CS3. We concluded that the required changes would be so substantial that this would essentially require starting over and producing a whole new book. Unfortunately, I'm not able to undertake such a project at this time.
Therefore, I must announce that the Digital Photography Tutor eBook will no longer be available for sale. This means that this related website, www.DigitalPhotographyTutor.com, has also been discontinued. I do hope to eventually convert this site into a public resource for digital photography enthusiasts, but this will require more of a time commitment than I can immediately undertake. Therefore, at least for the foreseeable future, the site will be inactive. For the convenience of digital photography enthusiasts and past purchasers of the eBook, I’ve retained a few of the website pages offering helpful information, but please note that some of the issues discussed may apply to earlier Photoshop versions; recent versions include additional features that might provide better solutions.
Although I've received many kind comments about The Digital Photography Tutor and this website, I doubt that anyone has benefited as much from this project as I have -- making new personal and professional friends, learning so much from the questions and comments I've received, and enriching my own digital photography skills and understanding.
Thanks to each of you for your support. I hope you'll continue with your digital photography, and I wish you much fun and accomplishment with it.
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