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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Adobe Photoshop CS3 A-Z

Adobe Photoshop CS3 A-Z: Tools and features illustrated ready reference
Focal Press | ISBN:0240520653 | 320 pages | July 23, 2007 | PDF | 26 Mb

Reviews of CS2 and previous eds: “Each section is expressed clearly with simple buy highly effective and user-friendly illustrations…These are definitely books you should have to hand while working at your computer.” - Amateur Photographer “Some books you can never get into, some seem to fit like an old glove. To me this is certainly one of the latter. As far as I can see every action you are likely to make as a photographer is covered…This book is a must have, easy to follow reference that will guide you through CS2’s many tools and commands.” - Royal Photographic Society Digital Imaging Group magazine

“A thorough guide to Adobe’s recent Photoshop CS2 release, this book…acts as an effective reference tool thanks to its easy to follow A to Z layout.” - Computer Arts

“If you find the help feature in Adobe Photoshop a bit sparse, then this book could be an easy to use supplement” Photoshop User

“If you ever wanted a quick reference guide to the mass of tools in Photoshop, then this is the answer…Keep it to hand as a quick and easy guide.” - Which Digital Camera

‘As the name suggests, this is a handy and easy to use reference for all things Photoshop. Designed in an index format, Bargh’s informative book is well-illustrated and a valuable asset for all getting into digital imaging.’
- Better Digital

‘The book provides a visual representation of various features within Photoshop accompanied by succinct, punchy text, which enables you to learn fast and efficiently. Whilst many Photoshop books are tomes difficult to read and understand, this book, with its easy and intuitive layout makes learning a breeze… Overall, this book is an invaluable reference tool that should adorn every desktop when working in Photoshop. Highly recommended.’
- John Shaw, Digital Photo and Practical Photographer.


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