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Digital Imaging Pioneer, Bruce Fraser Dies at Age 52

One of the pioneers of digital imaging, Bruce Fraser, passed away this past Saturday after a short battle with lung cancer. A Macworld tribute to Fraser, planned before his death, will be held January 10th, 2007. As a self-confessed “color geek,” he wrote, taught, and consulted on publishing, imaging, and color issues for more than two decades. He was the author of “Real World Color Management” and the co-author of the award-winning “Real World Photoshop” series. He was also a founder and principal of Pixel Genius and the developer of the PhotoKit™ line of software.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2006–12–20 21:36
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