Phop for Dummies
- What the book covers: Photoshop basics including explanations of the menus, panels, tools, options, and shortcuts users need most; tips for fixing common problems such as red-eye, wrinkles, blemishes, and removing people or objects from photos; information on adjusting brightness, improving color, and fixing flaws; adding shadows and highlights; working in Camera Raw; decreasing digital noise in your images; creating composite images with layers and blending modes; using channels and masks; adding text and special effects; painting in Photoshop; getting creative with filters, streamlining your work in Photoshop; optimizing images for the Web; and more.
- Updated coverage: This new edition will have approximately 25-35% new content.
- Series features: Information presented in the straightforward but fun language that has defined the Dummies series for more than eighteen years.
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