The book will introduce the beginning user to the next version of Photoshop, the world's most popular image editing application. It will use the beginner-friendly format developed for the previous Teach Yourself…VISUALLY booksconcise text combined with lots of conceptual illustrations and generously captioned screen shots.
The chapters will lead the reader through the steps involved in a typical image-editing project, from opening scanned photos and clip art, to manipulating selections and applying filters, to saving finished work for use in print or on the Web. This book will focus on the tools and features most relevant to what the average Photoshop beginner/intermediate wants to do, whether it's building graphics for a simple Web page, formatting clip art for a newsletter, or retouching photos from a digital camera.
Table of ContentsChapter 1: Getting Started.
Chapter 2: Understanding Photoshop Basics.
Chapter 3: Changing the Size of an Image.
Chapter 4: Making Selections.
Chapter 5: Manipulating Selections.
Chapter 6: Specifying Color Modes.
Chapter 7: Painting with Color.
Chapter 8: Adjusting Colors.
Chapter 9: Working with Layers.
Chapter 10: Applying Layer Effects.
Chapter 11: Applying Filters.
Chapter 12: Adding and Manipulating Type.
Chapter 13: Automating Your Work.
Chapter 14: Saving Files.
Chapter 15: Printing Images.
Chapter 16: Performance Tips.
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