How to Do Everything with Photoshop CS by Colin Smith

Are you still wondering on how you can turn an ordinary image or photo into a perfect picture using Photoshop? If you wish to enhance or even perfect your skills, then you should refer to this book which can guide you along and do everything that you want with Photoshop. Whether you are new to Photoshop or have been using this software, you will definitely learn something useful from this book.

I feel that the instructions in this book are clear, simple and easy to understand. You don’t have to worry about all the jargons as each term is explained in simple words.

Now let’s take a peek into the contents of this book:

Part I: ‘Get to Know Photoshop CS’

This segment will be extremely useful for those who are new to Photoshop. It lays the basic foundation on using Photoshop and you can follow the simple step-by-step instructions to create the picture that you desire. After completing Part I, you can then move on to the next segment to explore the advanced techniques.

Part II: ‘Beyond the Basics’

If you are familiar with Photoshop or have some basic skills, you can come to this segment and learn the advanced techniques. You are on the way to becoming a true expert in Photoshop after completing this segment.

Part III: ‘The Fun Stuff’

Part III provides a platform in which you can practice your Photoshop skills and exercise your creativity by creating a piece of art work. This segment also contains various tips to help you in creating fantastic art works all by yourself.

Pick up this book from the library and learn new techniques in using Photoshop. I am sure that you won’t regret reading this book!

Where to find it?

Call No: T 385 SMI 2004
Location: North Area Library

Written by ZHUANG JIN YI

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