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  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; 1 edition (29 May 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1118204980
  • ISBN-13: 978-1118204986
  • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 1.5 x 25.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 296,513 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Book will show you the most important tips and tricks to speed up your workflow dramatically.   (Advanced Photoshop, July 2012)

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You already know Photoshop CS6 basics. Now you′d like to go beyond with shortcuts, tricks, and tips that let you work smarter and faster. And because you learn more easily when someone shows you how, this is the book for you. Inside, you′ll find clear, illustrated instructions for 100 tasks that reveal cool secrets, teach timesaving tricks, and explain great tips guaranteed to make you more productive with Photoshop CS6.

5–Star Visual Learning System

  1. Minimal text and maximum illustrations

  2. Task–oriented, step–by–step approach

  3. Navigational aids connect instructions to illustrations

  4. Self–contained, two–page lessons

  5. Uniform layout makes it easy to read less, learn more

How easy is it?

Look for these symbols marking the difficulty of each task.

  • Demonstrates a new spin on a common task

  • Introduces a new skill or a new task

  • Combines multiple skills requiring in–depth knowledge

  • Requires extensive skill and may involve other technologies

Includes 17 bonus tips & tricks!


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This is the best of the three books I bought to learn Photoshop CS6 as it clearly describes the steps for each process and numbers each step on the screen diagrams which is a big help. I found they don't miss out on even the smallest detail and while it would work well for beginners, it assumes a reasonable knowledge of the basics. The 100 processes illustrated take the reader through the most useful and popular aspects of Photoshop and clearly illustrate the differences between CS6 and CS5, and there are quite a few. Plus of course showing you the new and fabulously exciting additions to CS6. As a quick, easy to follow, thorough guide, this one is hard to beat.
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I have been using Photoshop since Adobe was a lump of clay. So immediately after ordering "Top 100 Simplified Tips and Tricks" from Amazon Vine, I upgraded from CS5 to CS6 (The perfect excuse!). I was so happy when the book finally arrived. In the first twenty-nine chapters alone, I have learned to apply all sorts of new tricks.

The lessons are depicted--step by step and numbered--with full-colour screenshots of the Photoshop menus; they range from the simple to the complex. The author, Lynette Kent, in fact, includes techniques for every level of Photoshop aficionado in every chapter throughout the book, which also contains copious tips and suggestions. Be warned though, the word 'Simplified' of the title, in some cases, can be extremely intricate, and thank heaven that items such as blending separate photos, using puppet warp; increasing depth of field, and simulating reflections, to give but a few examples, *have* been simplified!

Especially helpful are the author's instructions on how to use the book, and this introductory section should be thoroughly perused before digging into the rest of the book's fascinating contents, since, amongst other useful information, she presents the key to her colour codes, which mark the levels of difficulty for individual tasks. Her first chapter, on adapting Photoshop to one's particular needs is especially helpful in getting started. Other chapters discuss layers and masks; straightening, cropping, and resizing; retouching portraits; enhancing colours, tone; sharpness; digital special effects; designing with text effects; creating digital artwork from photographs; making images look professional; and, finally, a chapter on plug-ins. The book contains a thorough index as well as a table of contents.
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I,ve worked with Photoshop CS5 for a couple of years, it was no surprise when I upgraded to CS6. Having watched numerous "Tutorials" I decided to buy "Top 100 Tips and Tricks" I have not been disappointed !!. This book is superbly well written, clear and concise and straight to the point, but without all the usual "Jargon" that simply leaves evan more confusion. This book is ideal if you need a foundation to Photoshop CS6, fankly, I would,nt be without it. Probably the best book I,ve reviewed. A pleasure to delve into. Buy it.
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I have a basic knowledge of Photoshop and thought this book would help me advance. It has clear concise information supported by excellent screen shots and a rated guide to the expertise needed for each task. It arrived well within the estimated delivery date and is excellent value for money. A must for anyone who is a fan of photoshop.
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I like this kind of presentation of book. It focuses on end results and not specific tools. I think this is a great way to learn without having to first become an expert with every feature of the software. The presentation of the book is very americanised. There is an absolute overdose of colour. It's not an issue really but I personally prefer more subtle use. You can kind of get the impression of what to expect from the front cover. It's a good book though and I like the way they split it into sections making each a self contained lesson. Good price too.
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Having moved through the CS packages 4-5-6, I found book really easy to follow, giving clear guidance and some useful tips that I had not seen before. A useful guide to CS6 for the non professional
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I am a member of a camera club and have been giving advice to other members on the use of both Elements and Adobe Photoshop (4, 5 and 6). In order to help me further and introduce new ideas, I chose this book and have not been disappointed. It has taught me a great deal more than I already knew and has become a valuable training and learning aid. As a result, several members of the club have since bought their own copies of this book.
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I chose 5 stars because it is an excellent publication.
Being born BC before computers I find some articles are very easy to understand others are most complicated.
I will recommend it to younger friends.
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