"A true masterpiece." —John Nemerovski, Pixiq.com
"To me Adobe Photoshop CS6 For Photographers is still just about the most important reference book I have. It covers every aspect of Photoshop in detail and presents them with an eye toward the photographer. It is written by a professional photographer for professional photographers. It covers both the Mac and Windows in a clear and concise manner. For intermediate and advanced Photoshop users, it is the definitive word on Photoshop. For the beginner, along with other sources for additional foundation, it will make you that advanced user. For anyone who is serious about photography and Photoshop,Adobe Photoshop CS6 For Photographers is a must have." —T. Michael Testi, BlogCritics.org
Renowned Photographer and Photoshop hall-of-famer, Martin Evening returns with his comprehensive guide to Photoshop. This acclaimed work covers everything from the core aspects of working in Photoshop to advanced techniques for refined workflows and professional results. Using concise advice, clear instruction and real world examples, this essential guide will give you the skills, regardless of your experience, to create professional quality results. A robust accompanying website features sample images, tutorial videos, bonus chapters and a plethora of extra resources. Quite simply, this is the essential reference for photographers of all levels using Photoshop.
Martin Evenings book are packed with great information and education. Like his style of writing also.Published 4 days ago by Leslie R. Ware
This book is really comprehensive. Wife swears by it. It was recommended by her photo teacher and she loves it.Published 26 days ago by JonZ
Nice book, but too sophisticated the graphics and the paper quality…
I prefer a normal book...
This was the required text for a class I wanted to take. That was enough for me to decide to buy this book, and I'm glad I did. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alan McC
The first thing you learn when designing text items or poster's is that the information needs to be legible. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer