Photoshop CC For Dummies Paperback – 28 Jun 2013
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About the Author
Peter Bauer, a member of the Photoshop Hall of Fame, is an award–winning fine–art photographer and the Help Desk director for the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP). He has authored more than a dozen books on Photoshop, digital photography, and computer graphics, and is a contributing writer for Photoshop User and other magazines.
From the Back Cover
- Edit and enhance images like a pro
- Fix the most common digital photo problems
- Control color and tone
- Add text and create illustrations and paintings
Create the most amazing images limited only by your imagination
It′s your photo and you want to make it perfect. This book walks you through all of the techniques that give you complete control over the appearance of your images. From removing wrinkles to creating beautiful composite images, you′ll quickly learn to master Photoshop.
- Breeze through the basics gain a solid understanding of essential concepts and features
- Enhance reality make your images jump off the page with great color, highlights, and shadows
- Put the pieces together create unique images and beautiful panoramas by combining your photos
- Ready, set, action streamline repetitive tasks using scripts, Actions, and the Batch command
- Paint without the mess use filters and tools to create beautiful painterly effects from your photos
Open the book and find:
- Explanations of the tools and commands you need most
- Why to shoot Raw photos
- How to adjust color and luminosity
- Ways to reduce digital noise
- Tips for creating composite images with layers, blending modes, and opacity
- Why you might not want to uninstall your earlier version of Adobe Bridge
- How to integrate your iPad into your Photoshop workflow
- Descriptions of how to use the most critical Photoshop filters
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Top Customer Reviews
This book leads you through what Photoshop is actually intended for and installing the actual software. Each chapter works through the processes involved with photo-editing and what you can do and go about doing it. The complicated menus and drop-downs are explained and how to access certain aspects on the programme. Layers have always been a huge problem for me and now I am working through the rudiments of using them to create better pictures. I'm not a fan of over photoshopped images, preferring the original photograph to speak for itself rather than it becoming the diminished base for an over-edition piece of art.
I know I won't become an avid devotee of Photoshop, as I haven't the patience, but I know this book will help me in my quest to master some if not all of the elements of this software programme.
This book is about as good as it gets when it comes to making sense of Photoshop.
I bought a big book from W H Smiths to sort me out - totally wrong!
The Dummies book was much better. I'm beginning to see the light with Photoshop now.
It's at the right Level for a beginner, it is clear and it works.
You only need this if you are a beginner with Photoshop CC.
If you want to get to grips with it I can recommend this book.
Good book and good value.
Well done Dummies.
Of course, whether you approve of the new pricing structure for PS CC or not is outside the scope of the book and this review.
On the whole, though, it does a decent job of introducing new users to Photoshop and more knowledgeable ones to the additional functionality that the CC version brings. As with any book about software, it will become quickly out of date in parts, but many of the program's features outlined in the book are likely to remain similar for a few iterations. If you've paid for the ongoing licence that allows you to use CC, then another 20 quid or so is only a small additional investment, but it may only be worthwhile if you've no existing experience of Photoshop.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book has much useful information for people who are already familiar with the basics of CC and if it was aimed at those people I would have given it 4 stars. Read morePublished 26 days ago by R. H. Brindley
I haven't bought writing reviews for dummies yet. Seems a good read and only use it when I need to. Good index. Read morePublished 2 months ago by D3100-owner
Very useful but I personally found the layout a little confusinPublished 2 months ago by K. S. Rane
Bought this to master photoshop for makings mug images and templates
Let's hope it's good
Not in the least helpful, in fact just the opposite. The person who wrote it got carried away with his own verbosity. Read morePublished 5 months ago by James Keith Hustler
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