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PROFESSIONAL PORTRAIT RETOUCHING TECHNIQUES,
This review is from: Professional Portrait Retouching Techniques for Photographers Using Photoshop (Voices That Matter) (Kindle Edition)
AN ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC BOOK THAT I'VE READ COVER TO COVER TWICE ALREADY AND STARTED ON THE PROJECTS HE TAKES YOU THROUGH AND A COUPLE OF MY OWN. I FIND SCOTT KELBY'S BOOKS ARE DESIGNED TO TEACH YOU IN A NON TECHY AS A FRIEND GIVING AWAY FREE ADVICE. WHEN NORMALLY YOUR WORKING IN ANY ADOBE PROGRAMME IT SEEMS NOTHING "BUT TO TECHNICAL FOR WORDS."
THE COVER PICTURE OF HIS DAUGHTER IS BRILLIANT AND HE EVEN SHOWS YOU HOW HE PRODUCED THAT ONE.
SINCE I'VE PURCHASED THIS BOOK I'VE JOINED HIS WEB SITE, WATCHED MANY DOCUMENTARY VIDEOS OF HIS AND PURCHASED A FEW OF THE PROGRAMMES HE'S RECOMMENDED. ALRIGHT HE'S GOT ME HOOKED, BUT AS A BUDDING PRO PHOTOGRAPHER I ALSO HAVE TO BE A PRO USER OF ALL THINGS ADOBE, AND I CAN HONESTLY SAY, I'M GETTING THERE AFTER THIS BOOK AND A FEW OTHERS OF SCOTTS BOOKS THAT I'VE READ & FOLLOWED TO THE LETTER. WELL DONE SCOTT KELBY,ANOTHER FINE ACHIEVEMENT.
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Initial post: 2 Apr 2012 10:43:43 BDT
B. Mclellan says:
am keen to buy this book, but not show which versions of Photoshop it refers to? can anyone advise me please before i purchase it please?
In reply to an earlier post on 2 Apr 2012 17:17:53 BDT
Amazon Customer says:
This book works well with CS4 & 5. Maybe even earlier but I've only ever had these two versions.
I'd advise going to www.kelbytraining.com/books/retouching to get a better idea of what it's all about. I hope that helps a little.
Posted on 16 Jan 2013 04:59:17 GMT
Why you shouting at us? Caps lock off.
In reply to an earlier post on 16 Jan 2013 15:46:22 GMT
Last edited by the author on 16 Jan 2013 15:50:05 GMT
Amazon Customer says:
I'm partially blind, and I cant see much smaller. So please, at least be grateful for the comments I made, as it's not easy for me. Rather than having ago at someone when you don't know them or their circumstances. Sincerely.
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