Beginning Digital Image Processing

Using Free Tools for Photographers

  • Authors
  • Sebastian Montabone
  • Editors
  • Frank Pohlmann
  • Brian MacDonald
  • Clay Andres
  • Steve Anglin
  • Mark Beckner
  • Ewan Buckingham
  • Gary Cornell
  • Jonathan Gennick
  • Jonathan Hassell
  • Michelle Lowman
  • Matthew Moodie
  • Duncan Parkes
  • Jeffrey Pepper
  • Douglas Pundick
  • Ben Renow-Clarke
  • Dominic Shakeshaft
  • Matt Wade
  • Tom Welsh
  • Jim Markham
  • Ralph Moore

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. Pages 1-30
  3. Pages 31-47
  4. Pages 49-70
  5. Pages 71-96
  6. Pages 97-121
  7. Pages 123-149
  8. Pages 151-183
  9. Pages 185-204
  10. Pages 205-234
  11. Pages 235-251
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 275-292

About this book


Since the advent of digital photography, we have been able to post-process our pictures. However, to do it properly, we have to become digital art apprentices. Sebastian Montabone is a computer vision expert who wants us to use our cameras and image processing software to come up with works of art. In this book, he teaches image processing techniques of ascending difficulty based on freely available tools. The book teaches you to use the best tools for the job, and it focuses on the techniques, not the environments or toolchains in which they run. Also in this book, you'll learn about the Canon Hack Development Kit (CHDK), which expands the features of some cameras.


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