Real World Adobe Photoshop CS3 by Conrad Chavez, Bruce Fraser & David Blatner

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Anyone who relies on Photoshop to meet tough production challenges knows that when a new version arrives, especially one as chockfull of enhancements as Photoshop CS3, there's no time to fool around. You need to get up to speed on it, and you need to do so now. This book will get you there. In this copiously illustrated book, best-selling author David Blatner offers shows you how to sharpen your Photoshop production techniques and provides clear explanations of the concepts that drive them. Readers will learn about managing color, correcting colors, capturing images, getting great scans, and more. They'll also find complete coverage of Photoshop CS3's new features: a streamlined interface, nondestructive Smart Filters, a new Quick Selection and Refine Edge tools, improved Curves, automatic layer alignment and blending, and more. Throughout, the emphasis in this book is on efficiency: the timesaving tips and professional shortcuts that will allow readers to solve their everyday production challenges creatively with Photoshop CS3.

About Conrad Chavez, Bruce Fraser & David Blatner

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Conrad Chavez is a fine-art photographer and the author of Working Smart in Photoshop CS2. He also coauthored Adobe Photoshop CS and CS2 Breakthroughs, and the third edition of Real World Scanning and Halftones, and the Adobe Illustrator Wow! Book. David Blatner is an internationally respected author or co-author of more than 15 books, including Adobe InDesign Breakthroughs, Adobe Photoshop Breakthroughs, and Real World Adobe Photoshop. He also wrote the world's best-selling book on QuarkXPress, Real World QuarkXPress.
Published December 10, 2007 by Peachpit Press. 768 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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