"Horovitz (director, graduate art therapy program, Nazareth Coll.) offers a variety of techniques to incorporate photography into art in novel ways. Detailed, step-by-step projects walk readers through transferring images onto fabric, polymer clay, glass, metal, wood, and other surfaces. Fine-art photographers have been using solvents to transfer photographic prints to alternative surfaces for decades, but the advent of digital imaging has greatly widened over the last ten years the possibilities for this technique. Horovitz discusses both familiar and new methods, including basic information on essential software like Photoshop and Studio Artist. This is a natural complement to your library’s digital photography and crafts sections." - Library Journal
The instructions are very clear and there are plenty of techniques to try. You are bound to find something that works for you. Read morePublished 5 months ago by pat bernardini
Lots of good information. Very Creative, and easy enough to follow, I would recommend this to anyone, using this kind of technique for their ArtPublished 6 months ago by Rosemary E. ?White
The strength of the book is the well spaced text and images and well-organized chapters and techniques. Read morePublished 10 months ago by This Universe
I think this book would be good for someone who wanted to go to the trouble of doing image transfer. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Joan McKay
Easy to read instructions, great illustrations. Many different techniques to choose from all are doable.
Can't wait to try some of the techniques.
nothing new here I wouldn't waste money on this. The majority of the projects shown remind me of camp when I was 7Published 12 months ago by stephen s gobeil
Covered a variety of topics related to Photography and I enjoyed numerous sections especially the information related to glass. Buy it.Published 15 months ago by tru
This is a good book for anyone wanting to learn digital image transfers and try new techniques and processes. Great for beginners.Published 15 months ago by brent