Photoshop for Photographers Vol 18

162 pages, and hundreds of guides, tips and tutorials, all designed to make Adobe Photoshop easier for photographers!

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Since its creation in 1988, Photoshop has become an integral and indispensable part of the workflow for many photographers and digital artists. Whether you are simply altering the brightness of a favourite photograph or creating brand new works of art, the features and tools available give you the kind of creative scope that is only limited by your imagination.

Book Details

Pages

162

Photoshop for Photographers Vol 18

Powerful digital editing

If you are relatively new to Photoshop, all of its features, tools and associated jargon may appear quite complex and off-putting. The aim of this guide is to help you discover just how powerful Photoshop is and show you that it is not as daunting as you might imagine. More and more people are learning how to develop their photo editing skills and you can be one of them.

How it all works

Inside this book we show you the fundamental tools and techniques that will get you up and running in Photoshop; there are simple guides to the main principles of using layer-based photo editing and digital manipulation. Through a series of introductory tutorials that hone your techniques with the basic menu system, keyboard short-cuts and core features, you will become familiar with how Photoshop works.

Get creative

Once you are comfortable with the main tools and techniques,you can try your hand at a selection of creative projects that will take what you have learned and develop it further. With our easy to follow guides, you can learn how to enhance landscape photographs, convert images of friends and loved ones into hilarious caricatures and combine multiple exposures to create HDR images. What’s more, you can even download the images used in our tutorials and follow along at your own pace. You will be producing professional looking results in no time at all.