Scott Kelby is President of NAPP and is Editor-in-Chief of both Photoshop User magazine and Layers magazine. Scott serves as training director for the Adobe Photoshop Seminar Tour and is the technical chair for the Photoshop World expos. Scott is the author of the best-selling Photoshop Down and Dirty Tricks books, The Photoshop Book for Digital for Digital Photographers, and other titles. Felix Nelson is the Creative Director of Photoshop User and Capture User magazines. He is a guest speaker on the Adobe Photoshop Seminar Tour and is a member of the Photoshop World instructor Dream Team.
This is an older version, but I am not very impressed with Scott Kelby or his organization: NAPP. After trying to get support for issues on-line and otherwise, my impression is... Read morePublished on October 4, 2011 by M. Silver
I really enjoy this book and keep going back to review the material.
I have several of Scott's books and have learned a lot from his writings.
Thanks Scott. Read more
All the books by Scott Kelby are informative, easy to understand and just plain fun. This one is no exception.Published on March 18, 2008 by Barbara E. Ripple
i returned this item because it wasn't what i needed, still, a good book thoughPublished on November 6, 2007 by T. Robbins
If you like straight to the point tips, this book is for you. It helps speed up your work flow and learn all the misc stuff associated with Photoshop.Published on August 14, 2007 by Giovanni Gutierrez
This book is not designed to be read cover to cover. Rather, it is a reference book organized more like an encyclopedia of photoshop techniques. Read morePublished on May 8, 2007 by K. Baehr
Awesome book. Full of amazing tips-could not
use the program to it's fullest without this book.
Now,this is a book for the ones who already know the basics,then and only then you will truly appreciate what Mr.Kelby is revealing here. Read morePublished on January 10, 2007 by Ioannis Dimotsis
This book by Scott Kelby and Felix Nelson has a little something for everyone from the novice to the professional. Read morePublished on October 19, 2006 by Diane Cipollo