Photoshop CS3: Essential Skills
Brimming with beautiful pictures, this successful book guides you through a project-based, progressive curriculum so that you can build all the essential skills to enhance photographs creatively and professionally with Photoshop CS3. If you are an aspiring professional, enthusiastic amateur photographer, or a student learning photography, digital imaging, art and design, or design graphics, you'll be amazed at the stunning results you can achieve!New! DVD is included FREE. Additional learning materials include full-resolution, royalty-free images to download for trying-out your new techniques over 8 hours of QuickTime movie tutorials to support the practical projects Presets from layer styles to curves, shapes, and gradients indispensable RAW files for editing practiceAnd don't miss the companion website with updates, practice material, and more at www.photoshopessentialskills.com!",The perfect companion guide for Photoshop users of multiple levels.", Photoshop Creative Magazine",This book provides excellent coverage of Photoshop as a digital darkroom tool, as well as covering a truly amazing amount of background information. It is very readable and is truly a gem.",Mark Lewis, Director, Mount Saint Mary College, USAThe Essential Skills Photography Series from Focal Press uniquely offers a structured learning experience for photographers of all ages, with both the underlying theory and loads of invaluable 'how to' and real-life practice projects - all from the most talented photography practitioners/educators in the world.Each subject includes: learning objectives for each section - for class use or self-study color images of student and teacher/author work activities to check learning outcomes assignments to put theories into creative practice full glossary of termsOther titles in the series:Studio Photography: Essential Skills by John Child, Photographic Lighting: Essential Skills by John Child and Mark Galer and Digital Photography in Available Light by Mark Galer.
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