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Master Photoshop 5.5 Visuallytm with CDROM (Master Visually)by Ken Milburn
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Master Photoshop® 5.5 Visually "A publishing concept whose time has come!" — The Globe and Mail Read Less, Learn More The Revolutionary Way to Learn!
System requirements: Macintosh: PowerPC, System 7.6 or later, 64MB RAM, 125MB available hard disk space. System requirements: PC: Pentium or faster processor, Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT, 64MB RAM, 125 MB available hard disk space.
About the Author
About the Authors Ken Milburn is a photo-digital illustrator and author. More than 250 of his articles and reviews on computer graphics and multimedia have appeared in InfoWorld, PC World, MacWeek, Mac User, Popular Computing, PC Computing, Computer Graphics World, Publish, and Windows magazines. Ken has also worked as a user-interface design consultant for Mannequin, an application developed by the HumanCAD division of Biomechanics Corporation of America and the predecessor to Fractal Design's Poser. Milburn began his career as a fashion and travel photographer in Beverly Hills and now specializes in photo-digital illustration.
Table of Contents
I. Getting Started.
1. Photoshop Basics.
2. Photoshop File Management.
II. Making Image Adjustments.
3. Changing the Size of an Image.
4. Adjusting Image Quality.
5. Retouching Images.
III. Isolating Parts of the Image.
6. Making Selections.
7. Working with Paths.
8. Working with Masks.
9. Working with Layers.
10. Channel Operations.
11. Text and Text Effects.
IV. Photoshop for Art's Sake.
12. Using Photoshop's Brushes.
13. Applying Darkroom Effects.
14. Working with Textures.
15. Using the Artistic Filters.
16. Using the Distort Filters.
17. Using the Noise, Pixelate, and Stylize Filters.
V. Advanced Techniques.
18. Using Layers to Combine Effects.
19. Automating Photoshop with Actions.
20. Preparing Images for a Composite.
VI. Preparing Images for the Web.
21. Preparing and Previewing Web Images.
22. Designing Interactive Graphics.
23. Making Animations from Photos.
Appendix A: Color Management.
Appendix B: What's on the CD-ROM.
End User License Agreement.
CD-ROM Installation Instructions.
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