Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop, 3rd Edition
We've all taken pictures and thought, "If only . . ."if only Mom's eyes weren't closed, if only there wasn't that ugly light switch on the wall, if only the exposure wasn't so dark. The list goes on and on and that's where Photoshop comes in. Featuring the most powerful tools available for digital image editing, Photoshop lets you fix these problems and make all your photos look their best.
In this book, you'll learn how to make the most of this powerful software, following along with simple lessons that make learning Photoshop quick and easy. Whether you have a simple problem to fix or need to fine tune multiple aspects of your image, this book's concise, targeted approach will allow you to make the improvements you need (or add creative image enhancements) in minimal time.
About the Author:
Michelle Perkins is a professional writer and digital photo retoucher who has written for PC Photo and is a regular contributor to Rangefinder magazine. She is the author of Traditional Photographic Effects with Adobe Photoshop and Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop Elements, both available from Amherst Media.