1001 Photoshop Tips

  • 22h 31m
  • Andy Anderson, Kris Jamsa (ed)
  • Cengage Course PTR
  • 2001

Photoshop is a program that allows designers to manipulate photographic images for use in print or Web designs. 1001 Photoshop Tips is the ultimate reference to guide you in doing just that. This is the only book on the market that is structured with a series of tips for small and manageable learning segments. You can begin with Tip 1 and work through the book, adding to your knowledge of Photoshop until you become an expert. Or, you can simply look up the tip that you need at the moment to get the most out of Photoshop as you use the program. This book grows with your skills, which makes it the perfect reference for every Photoshop user.

In this Book

  • Photoshop Basics
  • Quick View of the Photoshop Toolbox
  • Working on a Photoshop Document
  • Importing Documents into Photoshop
  • Moving Beyond the Basics
  • Working with Photoshop Gradients
  • Working with Options, Commands, and Adjustments
  • Understanding Color Space in Photoshop
  • Modifying and Moving Photoshop Images
  • Working with Actions
  • Using Photoshop's Automate Commands
  • Working with Channels
  • Using Paths in Photoshop
  • Working with the Styles Palette
  • Using Photoshop Filters
  • Managing Color in Photoshop
  • Working with Photoshop's Measurement Systems
  • Scanning, Restoring, and Manipulating Images
  • Working with Text in Photoshop
  • Saving and Printing Photoshop Files
  • Photoshop, ImageReady, and the Internet
  • Creating Special Effects
  • Using Photoshop's Additional Plug-ins
  • Additional Photoshop Issues