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Steve Laskevitch, founder of Luminous Works Training & Consulting in Seattle and a teacher for almost three decades, has designed workflows for hundreds of photographers and companies. As an Adobe Certified Instructor, he trains creative individuals and firms and has regularly helped Adobe Systems prepare Photoshop Certified Expert exams. Steve has always enjoyed creating photographs-in the field, studio, or lab; on film and digitally. Students of all levels have appreciated Steve's friendly and approachable style in the Luminous Works classroom and at the colleges, universities, and conferences where he has taught.
Excellent, well written and understandable for a beginner to quickly progress though without confusion or the feeling of being overwhelmed with new terms...love the book..cheersPublished 2 months ago by Robyn Eberle
Good, basic book. I would of liked a more detailed discussion about layers, saving selections etc and less about masks. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Thomas H Mikkelsen
It's just basic handbook. One can gather more info from YouTube and it's free. Wish I did check youtube before buying this book.Published 9 months ago by igorkusa
Dividing attention between two dissimilar pieces of software left both inadequately covered. This book raised more questions without providing answers.Published 12 months ago by Kennith Scott Johnson
I've been using Photoshop for several years already. When updating to CS6 I finally decided to buy a handbook as well, The book seems to be a complete presentation of both tools:... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Erkki Heliö
This is a pretty well-written book I'll use as a reference. The screen shots are plain and helpful and so far it seems he's telling me what it is I need to know. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Gary Meader
I liked this handbook. It's content is easy to understand and it doesn't make you read things that aren't relevant. Read morePublished 15 months ago by E. Kirstein