The complete For Dummies Photoshop resource-ten minibooks with more than 800 pages of tips, techniques, and plain-English explanations Covers Photoshop fundamentals, image essentials, selections, painting, drawing and typing, working with layers, channels and masks, filters and distortions, retouching and restoration, Photoshop and the Web, and Photoshop and print Explains how to create and manage layers, use channels and masks, make corrections with filters, fix flaws and imperfections, and much more Updated and revised throughout for Photoshop qX, q which Adobe expects to release in Fall 2003 Features sixteen pages of full-color examples Written by veteran For Dummies author Barbara Obermeier, a leading design and graphics author1/ Preview: If you import your EPS into another application, this option provides a lowresolution image for you to view. I recommend choosing 8-bit TIFF, which works on both PC and Mac. ... file) to a colleague, manager, client, or friend, that person can see your image a colors, fonts, and all a exactly like you see it.
|Title||:||Photoshop CS All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2003-12-04|