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Photoshop manuals


16 Jul 2009 6:22PM
Can anyone please recommend a good easy to follow book on Photoshop CS4 OrCS2. I've got one from the libuary By Scott Kelby on CS2 which seems pretty good and easy to follow, but wondered if anyone had other recommendations, as there is quite a lot to choose from. My budget is a bit limited too.

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stevie e2
11 1.2k 2 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2009 6:26PM
I like the ones by Martin Evening
t_downes e2
6 279 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2009 7:15PM
Photo effects cookbook by Tim Shelbourne.
User_Removed 5 694 3 Scotland
16 Jul 2009 10:05PM
Martin Evening's Photoshop CS4 for Photographers is excellent. However there is a lot of detail in previous versions that is still relevent so look out for CS3 books as well. Granted CS4 has a lot of tweeks but the basics are all there from previous years and it is knowing how to use these (channels, masks, layers etc) that is the key to good Photoshop technique.

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