Photoshop CS2 for Photographers by C Smith
Smith has structured this book to make it easy to find answers to your questions. The first two chapters cover working with your photos in Camera Raw and how to easily manage your extensive selection of photos in the Adobe Bridge application. You can view, categorize and search for photos. You can even watermark your comps. Chapters three through seven teach you digital techniques for improving photos. For example, you will learn how interpolation applies to resizing photos and how to work with histograms and adjustment layers. When you are ready to print, the book explains color management. The last few chapters talk about some fun techniques such as adding frames, artistic touches and special effects to photos, and creating collages and animations.
Colin Smith has extensive experience with Adobe Photoshop. He has written several books including How To Do Everything With Photoshop CS and CS2, Photoshop Most Wanted 1 and 2, and New Masters Of Photoshop 1 and 2. He has also written several articles for NAPP, Mac Design Magazine, Photoshop User and Planet Photoshop.
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