|aHow do I do that in Photoshop? :|bthe quickest ways to do the things you want to do, right now! /|cScott Kelby.
|aSan Rafael, CA :|bRocky Nook,|c2016.
|axiii, 267 p. :|bill. (some col.) ;|c23 cm.
|aHow to get around like a pro -- How to use Photoshop's tools -- How to use Camera Raw like a boss -- How to use Camera Raw's adjustment brush -- How to crop, resize & stuff like that -- How to work with layers -- How to adjust your image -- How to fix problems -- How to make beautiful prints -- How to edit video -- How to do the most popular special effects -- How to sharpen your images -- Other stuff you'll want to know.
Though Lightroom is often the starting place for photographers editing their images, Photoshop is often where the image is finished. And with Adobe’s Photography Bundle—offering Lightroom and Photoshop together for ＄9.99 per month—the two applications go hand in hand for photographers looking to create the best images possible. However, as anyone who has ever launched Photoshop will tell you, while the popular software is practically limitless in its power and depth, it is also incredibly challenging. It can be difficult to know what tools a photographer should use, and for what tasks. That’s why this book was created: to get a photographer using Photoshop right to the technique, the shortcut, or exactly the right setting they need to know, right now. How Do I Do That in Photoshop? is a follow-up to How Do I Do That in Lightroom?, and it takes the same approach that made that book an instant bestseller. Here’s how it works: When you need to know how to do a particular thing, you turn to the chapter where it would be found, find the thing you need to do (it’s easy—each page covers just one single topic), and Scott tells you exactly how to do it just like he was sitting there beside you, using the same casual style as if he were telling a friend. That way, you get back to editing your images fast. This isn’t a book of theory, full of confusing jargon and detailed multi-step concepts. This is a book on which button to click, which setting to use, and exactly how and when to use it, so you’re never “stuck” in Photoshop again. This will be your “go to” book that sits within reach any time you’re working in Photoshop, and you are going to love having this type of help right at your fingertips.