Photoshop Made Easy

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Photographers' Institute Press/PIP, 2006 - Computers - 175 pages
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Finally, here is a guide to the favorite program of digital and film photographers alike—Photoshop—that’s user-friendly and jargon-free. Packed with 750 screenshots, it covers only what users need to know to get the job done and make the most of this powerful technology. From basic image correction and optimization to advanced techniques and special effects, illustrated tutorials show how to create a good digital workflow; crop and resize images; optimize exposure, sharpness, and color; retouch; and convert images to monochrome. Designed to be read in conjunction with Photoshop 7, CS, and CS2, and Elements 2.0, 3.0, and 4.0.

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About the author (2006)

Nick Sullivan, a Tennessee native, has worked extensively on Broadway and at many theaters throughout the United States. His television credits include 30 Rock, The Good Wife, All My Children, and all three Law & Order series. He has recorded over three hundred audiobooks and received numerous AudioFile Earphones Awards.

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