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 Photoshop CS3 Workflow: The Digital Photographer's Guide

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PostSubject: Photoshop CS3 Workflow: The Digital Photographer's Guide   Tue Jul 15, 2008 8:48 pm

Author: Tim Grey

Publisher: Sybex

Date: May 14, 2007
Pages: 352

If you're like most artists, the idea of structuring your work
may seem at odds with true creativity, but you'll be surprised to learn
from digital imaging expert Tim Grey that just the opposite is true.
This latest edition of his bestselling guide to Photoshop shows you how
proper workflow can free you from the repetitive parts of a project and
let you focus on your vision. Discover techniques that streamline
processes, reduce your time and effort, and produce striking results.

  • Explore the new Photoshop CS3 interface and updates
  • Download, sort, and organize digital images for top efficiency
  • Process RAW captures to retain maximum detail
  • Crop, rotate, repair, and adjust tone and color in your images
  • Harness new Clone, Curves, and blend mode features
  • Get creative with colorization, filters, and more
  • Automate tasks and optimize your output
  • Adjust images with the revamped and easier-to-use Curves tool
  • Produce more dramatic black-and-white images with a new adjustment layer
  • Apply creative effects to your images

PDF | 23.3 MB

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