Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop
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Providing new Adobe Photoshop users with concise, practical information on this world-standard software, this book shows photographers how to manipulate photos for print media and the Web. Techniques show photographers how to avoid common mistakes and frustrations while creating high-quality, imaginative images, and each topic is broken down into short, easy-to-digest sections with clear, jargon-free discussions and plenty of examples. Topics covered include basic image editing, selection techniques, using layers, and creating original artwork. This edition contains all new images and screen shots, many of which are available for download from the publisher's website.
Michelle Perkins is a professional writer, photographer, and digital photo retoucher. She is a technical editor for Rangefinder magazine and has also written for PC Photo. She is the author of numerous digital imaging books, including Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop Elements, Color Correction and Enhancement with Adobe Photoshop, Digital Camera Tricks and Special Effects 101, Digital Landscape Photography Step by Step, Digital Photography 101, The Practical Guide to Digital Imaging, and Traditional Photographic Techniques with Adobe Photoshop. She lives in Buffalo, NY.
"Easy-to-use techniques that allow readers to put their skills to work right away with PC or Macintosh versions of Photoshop." PhotoStockNotes, PhotoSource International"From cropping and orientation to image retouching and outputting images and everything in between." SciTech Book News"Each technique is explained in two pages. Many color photos, which can be downloaded from the publisher's website, serve as examples." Art Book News Annual"There's no undecipherable jargon to thwart you as you learn how to crop, color and correct images you've made." Acadiana LifeStyle