Martin Evening’s Adobe Photoshop for Photographers titles have become classic reference sources, the only Photoshop books written to deal directly with the needs of photographers. Whether you are an accomplished user or just starting out, these books contain a wealth of practical advice, hints and tips to help you achieve professional-looking results.
Find out now about Adobe Photoshop CS3
On Friday 15th December 2006, Adobe announced the release of the Photoshop CS3 public beta, which is now made available free to all registered owners of Adobe Photoshop CS2. You can find out more now about this new version of the program by going to the Adobe Labs website. You can also get advanced information about the next edition of the book and read an overview of all the new features of interest to photographers by visiting the Photoshop CS3 page on this site.
About the Adobe Photoshop CS2 book
Adobe Photoshop CS2 for Photographers begins with an introduction to all the new features in Photoshop CS2, followed by an overview of the Photoshop interface, how to configure and optimize your computer's performance to run Photoshop and then it dives straight into the essentials of image editing. Practical workshops show you how to master the essential techniques, such as optimizing an image for prepress, color correction, retouching techniques, layers palette management, toning a black and white image, rendering textures and so on. Each technique is described in step-by-step detail, showing exactly which command to use, whether you are working with a Mac or PC computer.
The accompanying free CD-ROM contains 120 minutes of movie tutorials, a 30 page PDF documenting Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge shortcuts, a digital camera guide, PDF extracts from the book and 100 images to experiment with.
If you are just beginning to work with digital images or are looking for new ideas, the best techniques and ways to improve the quality of your work, this is the book for you!