Reviews of Photoshop CS A-Z
"The more we used this book, the better we liked it. This isn't the ultimate Photoshop book - and it isn't meant to be - but we can't think of any other that provides such quick and concise reference information." - Digital Photographer Magazine
Reviews of previous editions:
'Designed in an index format, Bargh's informative book is well-illustrated and a valuable asset for all getting into digital imaging.'
'The book provides a visual representation of various features within Photoshop accompanied by succinct, punchy text, which enables you to learn fast and efficiently. Whilst many Photoshop books are tomes difficult to read and understand, this book, with its easy and intuitive layout makes learning a breeze... Overall, this book is an invaluable reference tool that should adorn every desktop when working in Photoshop. Highly recommended.'
-John Shaw, Digital Photo and Practical Photographer.
'The book makes an excellent visual reference guide and should prove very useful for the beginner through to the advanced user.'
-Digital PhotoFX, five star rating
"Unfettered praise is all too rare these days so may this stranger say a warm thank you for your admirable volume "The essential visual reference guide" to Photoshop 7.0. Now much thumbed. Quite one of the best and most accessible of the mentor books to this fiendishly complex but magical software. I like the style and one feels one knows where you're coming from."
- Richard Wade, former Editor - Tomorrow's World BBC 1
About the Author
Peter Bargh was technical writer for 'Practical Photography' magazine and Editor of 'Buying Cameras'. He launched 'Digital PhotoFX' magazine in 1997 and edited it until recently, when he left to set up his own company, Magezine Publishing Ltd. Peter is now publishing ePHOTOzine, a web based magazine, that will increase Internet presence for photography.