1-Architectural Graphic StandardsCharles George Ramsey,Charles George Ramsey,Harold Reeve Sleeper
This standard reference is cited in Books for College Libraries, 1st ed., but is inexplicably absent in Books for College Libaries, 3d ed.. This is the new edition of the architect's desktop reference that details the latest changes in regulations, standards, building methods, structural systems, and materials in use today. Each page is a self-contained data sheet, with visual representations of installation and design configurations and recommended performance specifications for all building systems and components from door frames, roof designs, and air ducts, to outdoor sports facilities and historic preservation. New to this edition are chapters on accessibility and security design, plus expanded coverage of seven new building systems, lighting designs, new materials, and environmental construction. Oversize.Ingram
Widely recognized as the most authoritative, comprehensive reference in the field for over 60 years, this classic reference reflects all recent changes in design standards, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Beautifully enhanced with over 10,500 masterfully-rendered illustrations, the guide features over 60% new material. -Book Description
For over 70 years, Architectural Graphic Standards has been the bedrock design reference for generations of architects, builders and engineers. Now comes the most complete design tool yet--the completely updated and expanded Tenth Edition. You'll find a wealth of information, complete with 10,000 drawings.
2-Color ConfidenceTim Grey,Sybex Establishing a successful color management workflow that produces predictable results is an important -- yet tricky -- undertaking. Most photographers are all too familiar with the frustration of a print not matching the image on the monitor. In Color Confidence: The Digital Photographer's Guide to Color Management, digital imaging expert Tim Grey offers immediate access to the crucial information you need to get the color you want, every time.
Color Confidence is a results-oriented guide to managing color effectively across all devices. In his approachable style, Tim Grey demystifies the complicated topics and leads you step-by-step through each component of a color-managed workflow. Designed for busy photographers, this full-color guide cuts through the theory, focusing on the practical information you need to make the best color decisions from capture to output.
Inside, you’ll discover the ins and outs of color management, including how to: Choose, calibrate, and profile your monitor and scanner Configure Photoshop color settings Manage digital camera color with presets and custom profiles Evaluate images and make accurate color adjustments Color-adjust black-and-white images Build custom printer profiles or utilize generic ones Prepare and adjust images for print with soft proofing and the gamut warning Evaluate prints against standard targets Figure out what to do when prints don’t match Produce color-accurate images for the web, e-mail, and digital slideshows Get familiar with process-specific workflows: (scan to print, digital capture to print, CMYK output, Web, e-mail, and digital projection) And more!About the Author
Tim Grey is widely known for his writing about the use of digital tools in photography. He regularly contributes articles to magazines including Outdoor Photographer, Digital Photo Pro, and PC Photo. Tim is editor of The Digital Image and publishes an almost-daily e-mail service, "Digital Darkroom Questions" (DDQ), where he answers questions from enthusiasts and pros. Tim also teaches several courses at the Lepp Institute of Digital Imaging. He is co-author of Real World Digital Photography
setting up a successful color management workflow is difficult, and attaining predictable results can be frustrating. "Color Confidence: The Digital Photographer's Guide to Color Management" is the only practical, results-oriented book that teaches you how to manage color effectively across devices (cameras & scanners, computers & monitors, and printers & other output devices) so that you can produce accurate, desirable color, every time. Highly respected digital imaging expert Tim Grey designed this accessible, striking book for busy photographers who want to get results quickly. He focuses on the essential concepts and practical information you need to make the best color decisions. Bottom line: this is a book no photographer should be without! 3-Architectural Graphic Standards for Residential Construction
The American Institute of ArchitectsBack Cover Copy
An all-new visual guide devoted exclusively to construction standards of residential structures
Architectural Graphic Standards for Residential Construction is created exclusively for professionals working in residential design and construction. Combining key information culled from the tenth edition of Architectural Graphic Standards with all-new material on residential design, this special volume provides thousands of standard architectural details and guidelines. Material is organized for easy reference by anyone designing or constructing a residential project, providing a resource that’s as efficient as it is comprehensive!
From detailing foundations to designing home theaters, home offices, and other specialty rooms, Architectural Graphic Standards for Residential Construction offers design details that incorporate best construction practices as well as guidelines for state-of-the-art wiring, heating, and cooling systems. In step with current practices, this volume includes the latest guidelines for:
HVAC and indoor air quality
An essential guide for designing in today’s fast-paced and competitive building environment, Architectural Graphic Standards for Residential Construction is a critical resource for every architect, contractor, engineer, developer, home-builder, or other professional involved in designing residential buildings.Book Description
* State-of-the-art information on energy efficiency, HVAC, home wiring, accessibility, indoor air quality, and more.
* New pages on specialty rooms such as home offices, home theaters, spas, and wine cellars.
* Content organized to reflect the needs of residential projects.
* Cross-referenced for quick access to key information.