Free 16-Page Full-Color Photoshop Gallery Inside!
Explore the Endless Possibilities of Manipulating Photos with Photoshop Find Out How to Bend the Golden Gate Bridge, Put a Smile on Mona Lisa, and More! With Adobe Photoshop's electronic image editing abilities, gone are the days of the tacky cut and paste photo collage! Photoshop® 4 For Macs® For Dummies®, 2nd Edition, takes you through the fundamentals with easy-to-follow explanations in a minimal amount of time! You'll find tons of helpful hints to guide you effortlessly through Photoshop 4. Ask for IDG Books' For Dummies® Books, the Fun and Easy Way to Find Out About Computers. Also look for IDG Books' Macs® For Dummies®, 5th Edition, the fun and easy way to get started, and QuarkXpress® 4 For Dummies®, the fast and friendly way to explore desktop publishing!
Inside, find helpful advice on how to:
- Twist, melt, and manipulate digitized photos into works of art with Photoshop's special effects
- Make features like resolution, image size, and file format work for you not against you
- Retouch and rescue bad scans and poor pictures using filters and tools
- Save time and sanity with effective and efficient Photoshop shortcuts
- Explore the new features of Version 4, including the Navigator palette, grids and guides, and expanded layering capabilities
- Prepare color, black and white, and grayscale images for professional printing and publishing
- Explore Photoshop's creative possibilities in the 16-page full-color example gallery
|Series:||For Dummies Series|
|Product dimensions:||7.44(w) x 9.26(h) x 0.82(d)|
About the Author
About the Author Deke McClelland has written more than 30 books about desktop publishing and graphics and is the bestselling author of IDG Books Worldwide's Macworld® Photoshop® 4 Bible, CorelDRAW 6 For Dummies®, PageMaker® 6 For Macs® For Dummies®, and PageMaker® 6.5 For Dummies®, Internet Edition. Deke received the Ben Franklin Best Computer Book Award in 1989 and won a Computer Press Award in 1990, 1992, and 1994. He is also the host of the cable television show "Digital Gurus."