Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop by Michelle Perkins

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Providing new Photoshop users with concise, practical information on this world-standard software solution, this book shows photographers how to manipulate photos for print media and the web. Techniques show photographers how to avoid common mistakes and frustrations while creating high-quality, imaginative images. Each topic is broken down into short, easy-to-digest sections (usually only two or three pages long) with clear, jargon-free discussions and plenty of examples. Topics covered include basic image editing, selection techniques, using layers, and creating original artwork. As users' skill levels increase, they will learn how to make selections for more precise image control and how to use the artistic tools in Photoshop for painting, drawing, airbrushing, and correcting image flaws.
 

About Michelle Perkins

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Barbara A. Lynch-Johnt is a professional writer and editor. Michelle Perkins is a professional writer, a photographer, and a digital photo retoucher whose work has also appeared in "PC Photo. "A technical editor for "Rangefinder" magazine, she is the author of numerous digital imaging books, including "Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop Elements," "Digital Photography 101," "The Practical Guide to Digital Imaging," and "Professional Portrait Lighting," They both live in Buffalo, New York.
 
Published September 1, 2003 by Sagebrush Education Resources. 128 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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