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A start-to-finish guide to creating the best scans and halftoned output from the desktopReal World Scanning and Halftones, Second Edition is a start-to-finish guide to creating the best scans and halftoned output from the desktop. Using non-technical language, the updated edition of this best-selling book explains the best ways to get an image from the "real world" through ...more
Paperback, 464 pages
Published March 25th 1998 by Peachpit Press (first published 1993)
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David Blatner is the author of 15 books, translated into 14 languages with over a half-million copies in print, including Spectrums, The Joy of Pi, and The Flying Book. As an expert on digital publishing, he has lectured in five continents over the past two decades. He and his wife and two sons live, explore, and write outside Seattle, Washington.