When Pancakes Go Bad: Optical Delusions with Adobe Photoshop

When Pancakes Go Bad: Optical Delusions with Adobe Photoshop

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Overview

When Pancakes Go Bad: Optical Delusions with Adobe Photoshop by Avi Muchnick, Worth1000.com Artists, Staff of The Worth 1000 com Artists

This book is for readers who find themselves looking at funny images and thinking "Hey, how'd they do that?" Readers will learn how to have fun with photos, such as taking still images and making the characters in them invisible while leaving the clothes untouched and combining images of animals to produce unrealistic characters. With the growing use of digital cameras, this kind of photographic humor is commonly desired by a large audience-both average digital camera users who like cartoon collections as well as those looking to learn Adobe Photoshop. This book is meant to be funny, but it's also very educational. The end-of-chapter tutorials are tongue-in-cheek, yet contain useful, easy to understand information. Organized into chapters by the general theme of the images, this book is packed with fun and interesting photos that will keep readers entertained until the end.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781592005246
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Publication date: 10/07/2004
Pages: 280
Product dimensions: 9.24(w) x 10.34(h) x 0.63(d)

About the Author

Avi Muchnick is the founder of Worth1000.com, a highly popular, Photoshop-based graphic design website that sponsors numerous Photoshop art contests, most of which feature humorous, spoof, and surreal images. Worth1000.com receives over 200,000 visitors a day and boasts more than 100,000 registered members. After graduating from Queens College in New York, Avi worked for a year as a graphic designer and became an expert in Photoshop. When he left to start law school, he simultaneously launched Worth1000.com, which became popular immediately. Worth1000.com was chosen as one of PC Magazine's top 100 websites in their April 20, 2004 issue, and their images have been featured in USA Today, on CNN and Good Morning America, and on the cover of the New York Post. Avi currently resides on Long Island, New York.

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