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Get the book you need to succeed in any Photoshop endeavor -- Photoshop CS3 Bible. In this totally updated edition to the international bestseller, the authors show you how to master every aspect of Photoshop -- from image-editing basics to new techniques for working with camera raw images. You'll learn how to retouch, color correct, manipulate, and combine images using Photoshop. You'll discover how to create cutting-edge special effects for digital or film-based images, and use them on the Web or in print. And ...
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Photoshop CS3 Bible

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Overview

Get the book you need to succeed in any Photoshop endeavor -- Photoshop CS3 Bible. In this totally updated edition to the international bestseller, the authors show you how to master every aspect of Photoshop -- from image-editing basics to new techniques for working with camera raw images. You'll learn how to retouch, color correct, manipulate, and combine images using Photoshop. You'll discover how to create cutting-edge special effects for digital or film-based images, and use them on the Web or in print. And you'll find out how to use the File Browser, histogram palette, Lens Blur, Match Color, the color replacement tool, customizable keyboard shortcuts, and more. The authors' easy and approachable writing style demystifies even the most complex Photoshop tasks. Order today and master Photoshop CS3.

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118079294
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/24/2011
  • Series: Bible , #410
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1200
  • Sales rank: 766,623
  • File size: 148 MB
  • Note: This product may take a few minutes to download.

Meet the Author

Laurie Ulrich Fuller. Drawing and writing since she could pick up a crayon, and telling people what to do (and how to do it) since she was able to speak, Laurie Ulrich Fuller is a graphic artist, computer trainer, and the author and co-author of more than 25 books on computers, software, and the Web. Laurie has written hundreds of training manuals for universities and corporate training centers, and in the past 16 years, she’s personally trained thousands of people to make more creative and effective use of their computers. Her classroom has expanded in recent years to include total strangers around the world — through CD-based training products and online courses.
In the early 1990s, after spending way too many years working for other people, Laurie started her own firm, Limehat & Company. This venture allowed her to put her experience, ideas, and contacts to good use, providing consulting, training, Web development, and Web hosting services with a focus on the special needs of growing companies and non-profit organizations. If you’re wondering where the name “Limehat” came from, it’s a long story, but suffice to say it goes back to a childhood taunt, regarding a plaid hat she involuntarily wore to school. She still gets flashbacks.
When not writing about or teaching people to use computers, Laurie can be found working for a variety of animal and environmental advocacy groups, including the League of Humane Voters (www.lohvpa.org). You can find out more about Laurie’s work, experiences, and both personal and professional interests at www.planetlaurie.com. You can find out more about Photoshop and the Photoshop Bibles and check out online Photoshop tutorials, tips, tricks, and expert advice at www.photoshopbible.com. Laurie welcomes reader mail at authors@photoshopbible.com. She can’t promise an immediate response, but all mail will be answered.

Robert C. Fuller. Another year, another Photoshop update. True to form, Mr. Fuller still shuns the daylight, but just like the last time around, it took only a shiny new iMac to bring him up from the basement. While the rejuvenating effects of last year’s run-in with the eMac did not have longstanding positive effects on his mental health, at least this year he’s been speaking in complete sentences. “I really like this iMac” is all we’ve heard out of him, but at least he’s smiling and the faceless apparitions don’t seem to plague him as much.
Robert is the author of the Dreamweaver 4 and HTML Virtual Classroom books (McGraw-Hill/Osborne), as well as HTML in 10 Steps or Less (Wiley Publishing, Inc.). He has contributed to The Photoshop 7 Complete Reference (McGraw-Hill/Osborne), The Photoshop 2 Elements Bible, and Restoration and Retouching with Photoshop Elements 2 (both Wiley Publishing, Inc.), as well as last year’s Photoshop CS2 Bible Professional Edition. Robert also teaches computer topics at colleges and through online courses. You can write to him at authors@photoshopbible.com.

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Table of Contents

Part I: Welcome to Photoshop.

Chapter 1: Welcome to Photoshop CS3.

Chapter 2: Photoshop Inside Out.

Chapter 3: Image Management.

Part II: Painting and Retouching.

Chapter 4: Defining Colors.

Chapter 5: Painting and Brushes.

Chapter 6: Filling and Stroking.

Chapter 7: Retouching and Restoring.

Part III: Selections, Masks, and Filters.

Chapter 8: Selections and Paths.

Chapter 9: Masks and Extractions.

Chapter 10: Corrective Filtering.

Chapter 11: Distortions and Effects.

Chapter 12: Custom Effects.

Part IV: Layers, Objects, and Text.

Chapter 13: Working with Layers.

Chapter 14: The Wonders of Blend Modes.

Chapter 15: Shapes and Styles.

Chapter 16: Fully Editable Text.

Part V: Color and Output.

Chapter 17: Essential Color Management.

Chapter 18: Mapping and Adjusting Colors.

Chapter 19: Animating and Working with Video.

Chapter 20: Printing and Publishing with Photoshop.

Part VI: Appendixes.

Appendix A: The Keyboard and Menus, and Making Photoshop Your Own.

Appendix B: What’s on the CD-ROM?

Index.

End-User License Agreement.

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