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The Creative Photographer

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For most photographers the picture is the end product of the creative process. For Catherine Anderson, it's just the beginning. In a wide array of projects using techniques from Photoshop to needle and thread, she shows beginner and experienced photographers alike how to turn their pictures into handmade objects of art-from books and collages to customized greeting cards.
Paperback, 144 pages
Published June 7th 2011 by Pixiq
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If you're looking for a book to inspire (or reinspire) you, then this is a great one. It's tailored for photographers, but I think it could help out anyone who likes to be creative...or even those who WOULD LIKE to be creative. And you'd be surprised at how easy this is.

Catherine Anderson basically explains three different ways in which you can showcase your creative gene: through the camera, with different photographic challenges; at the computer through the use of Photoshop prowess; and at the
This was awesome. I really, really wish I had Photoshop!
Apr 01, 2014 Karen added it
Loved this book and the artist who created it. So full of inspiration. Visuals and text make you want to go out and live life in a bigger way, not missing one bit ... and taking your camera with you. Then, coming home and feeling your way into tangible creations of more art. Enjoy! XO
Anne Stephenson
I'm looking forward to going back through this book and completing many of the inspirational exercises on a regular basis or when I'm having a creative slump. This book encourages you to step outside your comfort zone and explore other areas to bring additional dimension and artistry to your photography. I found it uplifting and the right mix of information and quotes (lots of good ones to get you thinking). This book exercises both sides of the brain, combining technical skills with art.
I loved this book. Very creative!
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