Photoshop 7 in Easy Steps

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The power and sophistication of PhotoShop comes at a price -- a steep learning curve. PhotoShop 7 In Easy Steps recognizes this fact and is specifically designed to take you step by step in a logical, structured sequence to a detailed ...
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Overview

The power and sophistication of PhotoShop comes at a price -- a steep learning curve. PhotoShop 7 In Easy Steps recognizes this fact and is specifically designed to take you step by step in a logical, structured sequence to a detailed understanding of the software.

It covers everything you need to know, including

  • basic color theory
  • image file formats
  • painting and editing tools (including the Healing Brush and Patch tools)
  • working with layers, paths and the pen tool
  • color correction techniques
  • creating web and multimedia images
  • other techniques such as slicing, image optimization, animation, rollovers, and image maps.
PhotoShop 7 In Easy Steps uses concise explanations, full-color pages, and copious screen shots to simply and effectively create a clear, logical path to understanding and mastering Photoshop ... all at a great price!
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Running Photoshop 7? Want to cut to the chase? Want quick step-by-step instructions for the tasks you really need to learn? Want straight-to-the-point explanations of everything from rollovers to monitor calibration? Want it all in full color? Photoshop 7 In Easy Steps gives you all that for less than ten bucks.

This book would be worth twice the price (check out the competition, and see what full-color Photoshop tutorials normally go for). The explanations are clear and direct. The layouts are simple, so it’s easy to get at what you’re looking for. There are bonus tips on just about every page.

In 240 pages, Robert Shufflebotham has managed to cover virtually all of Photoshop’s key tools, and a broad array of its most important techniques. You’ll find the basics, of course: mastering the Photoshop 7 interface; creating and managing files; rotating, resizing, and cropping; applying borders, assigning colors, and so forth. There are full chapters on painting, editing, selections, layers, paths, and filters.

Shufflebotham then walks you through creating channels and masks (including Quick and Layer Masks); and color correction (with easy guides to the Levels, Curves, and Color Balance dialog boxes). The book wraps up with four chapters on Web and multimedia imaging: everything from JPEG optimization to GIF animation, slicing to image maps.

Photoshop 7 In Easy Steps -- you may someday forget what a bargain it was, but you won’t forget how useful it is. Bill Camarda

Bill Camarda is a consultant, writer, and web/multimedia content developer. His 15 books include Special Edition Using Word 2000 and Upgrading & Fixing Networks for Dummies, Second Edition.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780760747841
  • Publisher: Barnes & Noble
  • Publication date: 3/1/2004
  • Series: In Easy Steps Series
  • Pages: 240

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2004

    Excellent basic Guide

    I was amazed at the info packed into such an affordable book. Well worth the price. Although the scope of the book is limited, if you just want to find out how to use your expensive software START HERE. I'll try more '... In Easy Steps' books!

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