Condition: Like New
Title: Adobe Photoshop Cs3 Classroom in a Book
Publication Year: 2007
Subject: Computers & Internet
Topic: Desktop Applications / Desktop Publishing, Photography Techniques, Computer Graphics / General
Author: Judith Walthers von Alten
Publisher: Adobe Pr
A self-paced handbook for novice users provides a series of hands-on lessons on the basic concepts, tools, techniques, and features of using Adobe Photoshop CS3, covering such topics as the revamped Photomerge tool, retouching and repairing, layers, 3D, masks and channels, camera raw, and animation. Original. (Beginner), This thorough, self-paced guide to Adobe Photoshop CS3--written by the experts at Adobe Systems' is ideal for beginning users who want to learn key Photoshop concepts and techniques, while readers who already have some experience with Photoshop can use this book to learn Photoshop CS3's more advanced features and newest tools. Using clear, step-by-step, project-based lessons, each chapter walks readers through the creation of a specific project, with each chapter building on the reader's growing knowledge of the program, while review questions at the end of each chapter reinforce the skills learned in each lesson. Photoshop CS3, long the industry standard for digital imaging software, offers plenty of new features and enhancements for creative professionals and digital photographers alike. Users can enjoy unrivaled editing with non-destructive Smart Filters, improved curves, and adjustable cloning and healing with Preview Overlay. Increase productivity with Photoshop CS3's streamlined interface and new Photoshop Lightroom " integration. Anyone who wants to create a composite will benefit from the revamped Photomerge® tool, which lets you apply automatic layer alignment and blending to your images, while the new Quick Selection tool lets you select pixels not just by color, but by texture and shape as well. And digital photographers will be pleased to know that they can now process multiple Camera Raw images in a fraction of the time it used to take.
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