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Multiple Image Printing in Photoshop
Aug 25, 2006
On the face of it, printing in Photoshop is a simple process. You simply choose File > Print with Preview, click a couple of options, and you're done. So far, so good. But what happens when you need to print multiple copies of an image or you want different sizes for all your relatives? Suddenly things aren't so simple. To clear things up, Helen Bradley explains the ins and outs of multiple image printing in this hands-on article. You'll learn how to print one image (or many) several times on one sheet of paper using the built-in Photoshop Picture Package tool. You'll also discover why Contact Sheets might be your tool of choice in some scenarios.
Peachpit's Thanksgiving Photo Recipe: How to Shoot a Turkey
Nov 16, 2010
You don't need to cook your holiday turkey to enjoy it — all you need is one good shot, and this photography recipe will show you how to get it.
Photoshop 7 Interface Design
Nov 22, 2002
This sample chapter will help you develop the understanding and skills needed to create highly professional-looking interface elements for your website.
Photoshop 7 Layers and Shapes
Dec 13, 2002
Learn all about using layers and vector masks in Photoshop 7 to work more efficiently.
Photoshop 7 Special Effects
Dec 13, 2002
Scott Kelby toyed with other names like "Zowie-wowie effects," "Turbo-mondo spasmatic effects," and even "Intergalactic alien death-ray effects," but those names just weren't special enough for the effects he had planned for this sample chapter.
Photoshop Brushes as Artistic Tools
Jun 9, 2006
Photoshop can be artistic, right? In fact, Photoshop brushes are wonderful tools for creating original Photoshop art as well as for use in creating collages, making photo borders, and blending images together. Helen Bradley introduces you to the world of Photoshop brushes by showing you how to use the brush settings in Photoshop, how to create your own brushes, and how to find and use brushes that others have created.
Photoshop Compositing Secrets: Extracting Hair
Nov 10, 2011
Matt Kloskowski shares some great tricks he uses to get even the wispiest of baby-fine hair to cooperate when compositing multiple images in Photoshop (no matter how badly it behaves in real life).
Photoshop CS 2 in the Raw: An Interview with Author Bruce Fraser
May 20, 2005
Peachpit Press author Bruce Fraser answers the question, "Photoshop CS 2 is new, but is it better?"
Photoshop CS2: How Layers Work
Nov 23, 2005
Layers play such a huge role in Photoshop that to deny yourself any crucial information about them is asking for trouble. With every new release, Adobe likes to pack more and more functions into the Layers palette. So as time goes on, understanding them will become even more crucial. This chapter will help you feel more comfortable working with layers in Photoshop CS2.
Photoshop Layer Sets
Apr 5, 2002
Photoshop 6 Artistry co-author Sean Duggan shows how to make the most of Photoshop 6's Layer Sets to create order out of the chaos of crowded, cluttered layer palettes.
Photoshop Tips for Photographers
Jul 1, 2005
Your sister's wedding photos are tainted with red eye and the sweeping landscape you shot in Yosemite is muddy looking and off-kilter. What's a photo hobbyist to do? Photographer Helen Bradley shows you great techniques for fixing these, and other common image problems, with Photoshop tools.
Portrait of a Photoshop Artist: Scott Kelby
Jan 28, 2005
Best-selling Photoshop author Scott Kelby stops writing (for, like, a minute) and starts talking about Elements 3, the Photoshop tools he couldn’t live without, and the music lesson that changed his life.
Raw System Overview: Camera Raw, Bridge, and Photoshop
Sep 16, 2005
Looking for a 30,000-foot overview of the whole digital raw system? You've found it. Author Bruce Fraser takes you through the basics of the raw workflow in this excellent introduction to Camera Raw, Bridge, and Photoshop.
Real World Image Sharpening Tips From Expert Bruce Fraser
Dec 1, 2006
Avoid oversharpening your images and learn how to set up a multipass sharpening workflow in Adobe Photoshop CS2 in this excellent sample chapter from best-selling author Bruce Fraser.
Rick Sammon Shows You How to Bring Out Your Inner Artist in Photoshop
Jan 19, 2007
Ready to dive a little deeper into the creative world of Photoshop? In this chapter, you'll learn how to create your own reality with your images. You'll see, among other things, how easy it is to change the time of day, control the weather, create an image that looks like it was taken before you were born, change one or all of the colors in a scene, and put someone on the "Photoshop Diet."
Simulating Film Grain in Photoshop 7
Nov 22, 2002
Create an ethereal artistic effect in your images by simulating the graininess of film. Here's a quick and dirty Photoshop 7 design tip that you can start using right away!
Styles of Retouching in Photoshop
Feb 13, 2004
Suzette Troche explains reality retouching in Photoshop — the kind of retouching you do when the client doesn't want anyone to know that you have altered the image.
Take Advantage of Photoshop Actions
Aug 22, 2003
Photoshop Actions allow you to automate just about any task, so you spend more of your work time actually creating. Tim Plumer shows you how.
The Photoshop CS Camera Raw Dialog Box
Aug 13, 2004
The RAW file format for digital pictures is available with some high-end digital cameras, and in this article, you can learn how to manipulate the additional data contained in these files to more elaborately enhance your photos.
Thinking Outside the Box-Shaped Photo: How to Create Cool Photo Edges in Photoshop CS2
Feb 17, 2006
Don't be satisfied with boring rectangular photos! Thanks to Photoshop, you can use simple techniques to create amazing edge effects and cool artistic borders that can add the ultimate finishing touch to your photos. Dave Cross shows you how easy it is to create many different variations from three key techniques.

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