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Photoshop Cs6: The Missing Manual

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Photoshop CS6 is truly amazing, but it can also be overwhelming if you're just getting started. This book makes learning Photoshop a breeze by explaining things in a friendly, conversational style--without technical jargon. After a thorough introduction to the program, you'll delve deep into Photoshop's secrets with expert tips and practical advice you can use every day.

ebook, 888 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by O'Reilly Media (first published January 1st 2012)
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Mike Romoth
This funny and extremely well-written manual makes learning a complex software package like Photoshop CS6 into a relatively painless process. Lots of great hints and advice. I really appreciated how the instructions for each new tool or process did not assume that the reader knew a bunch of background procedures. Each procedure is spelled out from the beginning with references to any necessary processes or tools clearly spelled out. Photoshop CS6 is an enormous and complex software package and t ...more
Easy to read. Easy to skim through and search. A Godsend!
Scott Oney
Lots of good info, but because there is so much it is not always easy to find help on what you are trying to do. Photoshop is not a quick or easy program to learn. This book helps, but there are also plenty of free forums to help you learn too. I had a one year subscription to Adobe CS6 Suite, but due to the cost and the upper end use, I will probably stick to Photoshop Elements. Thus my future reference to this book will be limited.
Jane Elizabeth
The retouching examples were amateurish, but the technique descriptions were spot on and it was a useful guide to the new features.
Mark Niemann-Ross
Encyclopedic. If you are a professional Photoshop user, this should be on your desk.

It's like eating a watermelon. You don't consume it all at once - just take little bites.
Haven't even finished the whole book but it's great. Love the way she explains even the most complicated features in a understandable way.

Beth Lind
Good info -- but much of it is over my head. I think this book will remain on my desk as a reference.
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