Re: Need recommendation for 2nd book on Photoshop
- From: Dave <d@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2008 10:52:10 +0200
On Mon, 17 Mar 2008 23:39:29 -0700, "www.kevinkienlein.com"
yes, samples here... http://www.msjphotography.com/tips.html kk
"Sonsdad" <sonsdad@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Barney J wrote:
On Wed, 12 Mar 2008 19:59:21 GMT, "Norm Dresner" <ndrez@xxxxxxx>
I've finished (and mostly digested) the "Photoshop CS2 Bible" by
McClelland and Fuller.
Most of my Photoshop usage falls into three categories:
1. Optimizing and printing digital pictures -- which I think I know
2. Creating special effects to enhance pictures (including free
painting) -- which I've just started to do
3. Retouching portraits and restoring old pictures, usually at the same
time -- not my favorite activity but it's becoming more necessary.
If it takes two or three new books, I'd still be interested, but rather
keep expenses down if I can. FWIW, I'm a semi-professional nature and
landscape photographer whose been taking pictures for over 50 years and
the last thing I need is something that tells me how to take digital
Thanks for the URL with samples. What a program PS is that there can
by so many books, writings, tutorials etc on the same program.
I own hardcover and ebooks both the 'classroom in a book' CS2 7 CS3
CS2 in hardcover CS3 in ebook - CS 2 for Photographers - Martin
Evening in hardcover and also the same for CS3 in ebook.
The Photoshop® Channels Book By Scott Kelby
How to Cheat in Photoshop CS3
More hardcover's not mentioned.
and then, OTS but let me mention it, I order books by well known
artists via Amazone from England on Corel Painter.
Was it Norman who said he is a 'book man' or something to the effect?
So am I. And currency wise (re exchange rate Rand vs $ & £) it is a
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