Photoshop CS in 10 Simple Steps or Less

Photoshop CS in 10 Simple Steps or Less by Micah Laaker, Christopher Schmitt.
ISBN: 0-7645-4237-0, 648 Pages, January 2004, 14,91 мб
This book doesn’t try to be an in-depth guide to using new Photoshop CS to achieve a specific goal such as creating Web sites or publication graphics. Rather, this book serves as an indispensable reference, ready to provide you with quick-to-follow, easy-to-understand, step-by-step instruc-tions to specific challenges culled from over 10 years of professional and instructional experience with Photoshop CS.
With over 250 common Photoshop CS challen-ges explained within 10 simple steps or less, you as the reader will have quick access to your problem’s solution in a matter of minutes or seconds — whether you are scanning photographs for fun, correcting images professionally, or building a Web site for a nonprofit organization.
This book is divided into 17 parts to organize the types of tasks you might want to accomplish. Within each part is a group of tasks; each task occupies a double-page spread in this book, meaning that you can find everything you need to complete a given task by holding the book open to two facing pages.
Beyond each task’s numbered, straightforward instruction, the spreads are accompanied by tips, notes, cross-references, and cautions. These supplementary bits of information, while not integral to completing a task, can be used to enhance your understanding and mastery of a given challenge.
The book’s parts are organized in a logical fashion. The initial chapters introduce you to the Photoshop CS interface, assisting new users with the application’s environment. As you move through the book, the chapters build in terms of complexity based on the frequency of the operations for most users. More common tasks, such as selections and painting, are covered in the first quarter of the book, while more advanced tasks, such as automating your work flow and creating Web graphics, are in later parts of the book.

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