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The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers 1st Edition
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Even if you have Kelby's earlier book on Photoshop CS, there's a lot of new and added material in this book. It's well worth the price to upgrade.
In one word: Indispensable.
Problem number two with software like CS2 is the time it takes to learn how to use the short list of features you'll be using. Now you have 2 choices. The manual or Kelby's book. The manual takes you through the process verbally which is very time consuming. While the CS2 book does it graphically, using photo before and afters to illustrate the enhancement, and, most important, walks you through the menus the way they appear on your computer screen. Time expended - Manual vs Kelby book - it's no contest. Say your time is worth $100, $50 or even $25 per hour, you'll probably save more than the price of the book learning just one function.
And to those who complained about Scott's little humorous asides I say, "Get a life!" I'll take a photographer with a sense of humor over a software geek anytime.
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Bought it as a present to some relatives. They never complained about itPublished 1 month ago by Andrei L
What Scott Kelby doesn't know about CS2 (or any other version) isn't worth knowing.
His books are brilliant, well-presented and very easy to follow. Read more
Scott Kelby writes so I understand his technological explanations. The Photoshop series "...for Digital Photographers" has long been recognized as very helpful to those of... Read morePublished on December 1, 2013 by Grex
I'm sure he has some flops, but all of the Scott Kelby books that I've ever owned (5 and counting) have been well written and enormously helpful. Read morePublished on June 16, 2013 by Joseph Scott Ellis
For all who still use CS2 this book is a must. For those who have more recent publications, this book is still relevant since the basic are right herePublished on June 3, 2013 by Charles L. Nahlen
Alas, I understand the basics of how the camera settings and the Photoshop program work together. This book show various ways of processing the photographic elements.Published on March 19, 2013 by Jerome Friedland