Bodyshop: The Photoshop Retouching Guide for the Face and Body

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 20, 2011 - Computers - 480 pages
  • The book Photoshop users need to get bodies into shape.
  • This full-color book will show how both the newest and previous versions of Photoshop can be used to retouch and enhance the entire human form.
  • From body contouring to changing hairstyles to adding makeup and fixing nails, this book will be a must-have reference for anyone who uses Photoshop to fix people pictures.
  • The companion DVD includes before-and-after views of all pictures from the book, additional setting files for individual workshops, and trial versions of several Nik Multimedia filters.

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Birgit Nitzsche has worked in photography for 20 years, focused primarily on business and lifestyle work. Her experience comes from international photo projects as well as her own studio in Munich, Germany. For 15 years she has worked with Karsten Rose, composer and Photoshop lecturer, Macromedia Academy of Media, Photoshop-Convention, who is well known from his seminars and workshops. Together they have perfected the interplay between photo-shooting and digital image-editing.

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