- The Washington Times - Wednesday, April 5, 2006

How important is it to have good digital photographs? For me, it’s a big part of my day job, but also a big part of my life. That said, I must admit to having a long way to go before claiming any sort of mastery of the medium.

A new $12.95 e-book, the 102-page “Macworld Digital Photography Superguide,” might help many of us. TidBITS Electronic Publishing says the volume is “a collection of the best of Macworld’s digital photography coverage. In 21 detailed chapters, [several Macworld writers] teach readers how to take great shots, make them even better with image-editing tools ranging from iPhoto to Adobe Photoshop, move them to paper, and protect them against mishap.”

Works for me. I happen to like Macworld quite a bit (as I also favor MacAddict, another wonderful monthly), and I also have the highest regard for both Adam and Tonya Engst of TidBITS, a super-helpful weekly Mac e-letter, as well as for many of the Macworld writers in the collection, Christopher Breen, Joe Kissell and of course Jim Heid, one of the very best on the planet at what he does.

Details on the book are here, as is a free 12-page sample. Info on the other TakeControl Books is here, and I recommend the entire series very highly.

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