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Photoshop Made Easy

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Photoshop Made Easy (Paperback)
by Nick Sullivan

# Paperback: 176 pages
# Publisher: Photographers' Institute Press / PIP (30 Aug 2006)
# Language English
# ISBN: 1861084722


Photoshop is the ubiquitous image-manipulation program. It is a favourite of both professionals and amateur enthusiasts alike and it has transformed the potential of photography completely. There are many books on Photoshop. However, most of them are unwieldy manuals that couch their advice in jargon and impenetrable terminology. "Photoshop Made Easy" is an antidote to this, it doesn't tell the reader more than they need to know to get the job done. Everything from basic image correction and optimisation to more difficult and specialised operations is covered, and all of it is illustrated in an easy-to-understand step-by-step progression from beginning to end. The author is a regular contributor to "Outdoor Photography" magazine.
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