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The fastest, easiest, most comprehensive way to learn Adobe Photoshop CS4
Fourteen lessons in Adobe Photoshop CS4 Classroom in a Book cover basic and advanced techniques in Adobe Photoshop, the world’s best image-editing software. Learn how to retouch digital photos, work with layers and masks, navigate the workspace, prepare images print, and explore the latest features. Tips, extra-credit exercises, and step-by-step lessons help you become more productive using Photoshop.
Learn to correct and enhance digital photos, create image composites, transform images in perspective, and prepare images for print and the web. Combine images for extended depth of field, and try out the new 3D features in Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended.
“The Classroom in a Book series is by far the best training material on the market. Everything you need to master the software is included: clear explanations of each lesson, step-by-step instructions, and the project files for the students.” —Barbara Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor, Rocky Mountain Training
Classroom in a Book®, the best-selling series of hands-on software training workbooks, helps you learn the features of Adobe software quickly and easily. Classroom in a Book offers what no other book or training program does—an official training series from Adobe Systems Incorporated, developed with the support of Adobe product experts.
1 Getting to Know the Work Area
2 Basic photo corrections
3 Working with Selections
4 Layer basics
5 Masks and channels
6 Correcting and enhancing digital photographs
7 Typographic design
8 Vector drawing techniques
9 Advanced layering
10 Advanced compositing
11 Preparing files for the web
12 Working with 3d images
13 Working with Scientific Images
14 Producing and Printing Consistent color
Page 124, the first sentence of step 11 should read: With the Layer Style dialog box still open, select the Satin effect on the left by clicking its name.
Note: While you have the Layer Style dialog box open, you can edit any style effect by clicking on its name to select it.
Page 276, step 3, line 3 - Sentence should read:
for the Window > Layers command
(NOT File > Layers)
Page 320 - Step # 5 should read:
Close the IMG_1442.tif file
(NOT IMG_1442.psd file)
Page 321 - The end of "Preparing to record an action" should read:
Now there are five tabs representing five open files...
(NOT ...representing six open files...)