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Everything you need to know about Photoshop CS6 packed into one For Dummies guide

Photoshop is the world’s most popular image editing software, with more than four million users worldwide. Professional photographers, graphic designers, and web designers as well as photo hobbyists need to learn the fundamentals and master the newest features of Photoshop CS6. This complete all-in-one reference makes it easy, with eight self-contained minibooks covering each aspect of Photoshop.

Helps you familiarize yourself with the latest Photoshop tools and features and find your way around the desktop, menus, panels, and more This full-color guide includes eight self-contained minibooks: Photoshop Fundamentals; Image Essentials; Selections; Painting, Drawing, and Typing; Working with Layers; Channels and Masks; Filters and Distortions; Retouching, Restoring, and Printing Covers all the basics for beginners as well as advanced techniques, like  managing color, modifying and transforming selections and paths, making corrections with filters, using the liquefy command, trying out  Photomerge and merge to HDR pro, preparing graphics for print or the web, creating contact sheets and picture packages, and more

From Photoshop fundamentals to dynamic digital imaging techniques, Photoshop CS6 All-in-One For Dummies has your creative needs covered.

Topics: Design, Photography, Informative, and How-To Guides

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ISBN: 9781118240007
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