The Photoshop CS5 Pocket Guide
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The Photoshop CS5 Pocket Guide

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by Brie Gyncild
     
 

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In this handy new Pocket Guide, Photoshop expert Brie Gyncild introduces readers to the powerful features in Photoshop CS5, including new features like content-aware fill, HDR Pro, Bristle effects, Mixer Brush, and Puppet Warp. The book covers everything from navigating the interface and making basic edits to working with images in Camera Raw, making image corrections

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In this handy new Pocket Guide, Photoshop expert Brie Gyncild introduces readers to the powerful features in Photoshop CS5, including new features like content-aware fill, HDR Pro, Bristle effects, Mixer Brush, and Puppet Warp. The book covers everything from navigating the interface and making basic edits to working with images in Camera Raw, making image corrections, and applying effects. There are chapters on merging photos, printing, and preparing images for the Web, as well as on organizing images in Bridge and automating tasks. This appealing, low-priced book is packed with quick results for people who want to jump in and get up to speed in Photoshop. This Pocket Guide offers a quick introduction to Photoshop CS5 and acts as a handy reference. It’s exactly the guide many new Photoshop users want--no fluff; just the important stuff.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780321714329
Publisher:
Peachpit Press
Publication date:
06/15/2010
Series:
Pearson Pocket Guide Series
Pages:
225
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.60(d)

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The Photoshop CS5 Pocket Guide 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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As a novice, this book has been useful as a quick way to refresh my memory when I can't get the procedure right initially. There is usually something I miss after reading it. It is a quick way to refresh my fading memory.
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