Teach Yourself VISUALLY Adobe Photoshop CS6
Teach Yourself VISUALLY (Tech) 1. Aufl.
Gets visual learners up to speed on the newest enhancements in Photoshop Photoshop is constantly evolving, and the newest version offers great new tools for photographers. This popular guide gets visual learners up to speed quickly; previous editions have sold more than 150,000 copies. With colorful screen shots illustrating the step-by-step instructions, this book is perfect for Photoshop newcomers and for visual learners who are upgrading from an earlier version. It covers setting up the software, importing images from the camera, using all the tools, creating an online gallery, and more. Covers the most important features of Photoshop CS6, including importing photos from a digital camera, retouching and repairing damaged photos, enhancing digital images, and adding custom 3-D effects Explains how to edit images for the web, create an online photo gallery, and incorporate graphics into desktop publishing programs Explores color management, using palettes, compositing, using layers, applying gradients, setting type, and working with filters Features step-by-step instructions and full-color illustrations designed for those who learn best when they see how things are done Teach Yourself VISUALLY Photoshop CS6 gets visual learners ready to take advantage of everything the newest version has to offer.
Chapter 1 Getting StartedWork with Images 4Understanding Photoshop 6Start Photoshop on a PC 8Start Photoshop on a Mac 9The Photoshop Workspace 10Find Images for Your Projects 11Set Preferences 12Save a Workspace 14Open an Image 16Browse for an Image in Bridge 18Sort and Filter Images in Bridge 20Display a Slide Show in Bridge 22Import Images from a Camera in Bridge 24Create a New Image 26Exit Photoshop 27 Chapter 2 Understanding Photoshop BasicsIntroducing the Photoshop Toolbox 30Work with Toolbox Tools 32Magnify with the Zoom Tool 34Adjust Views 36Change Screen Modes 38Using Rulers and Guides 40Undo Commands 42Revert an Image 43Manage Image Windows 44 Chapter 3 Changing the Size of an ImageChange the On-Screen Size of an Image 48Change the Print Size of an Image 50Change the Resolution of an Image 52Crop an Image 54Crop and Straighten Photos 56Trim an Image 57Change the Canvas Size of an Image 58 Chapter 4 Making SelectionsSelect with the Marquee Tools 62Select with the Lasso Tool 64Select with the Magnetic Lasso Tool 66Select with the Quick Selection Tool 68Select with the Magic Wand Tool 70Select with the Color Range Command 72Select All the Pixels in an Image 74Move a Selection Border 75Add to or Subtract from a Selection 76Invert a Selection 78Grow a Selection 79Create Slices 80 Chapter 5 Manipulating SelectionsMove a Selection 84Copy and Paste a Selection 86Delete a Selection 88Rotate a Selection 89Scale a Selection 90Skew or Distort a Selection 92Perform Content-Aware Scaling 94Refine a Selection Edge 96Feather the Border of a Selection 98Create Vanishing Point Planes 100Copy between Vanishing Point Planes 102Using the Content-Aware Move Tool 104 Chapter 6 Painting and Drawing with ColorSelect the Foreground and Background Colors 108Select a Color with the Eyedropper Tool 110Select a Color with the Swatches Panel 111Using the Brush Tool 112Change Brush Styles 114Create a Custom Brush 116Using the Mixer Brush 118Apply a Gradient 120Fill a Selection 122Using Content-Aware Fill 124Stroke a Selection 126Using the Clone Stamp 128Using the Pattern Stamp 130Using the Spot Healing Brush 132Using the Healing Brush 134Using the Patch Tool 136Using the History Brush 138Using the Eraser 140Replace a Color 142Fix Red Eye in a Photo 144 Chapter 7 Adjusting Lighting and ColorsChange Brightness and Contrast 148Using the Dodge and Burn Tools 150Using the Blur and Sharpen Tools 152Adjust Levels 154Adjust Curves 156Adjust Hue and Saturation 158Using the Sponge Tool 160Adjust Color Balance 162Using the Variations Command 164Match Colors between Images 166Correct Shadows and Highlights 168Create a Duotone 170Convert to Black and White 172Adjust Vibrance 174 Chapter 8 Working with LayersWhat Are Layers? 178Create and Add to a Layer 180Hide a Layer 182Move a Layer 183Duplicate a Layer 184Delete a Layer 185Reorder Layers 186Change the Opacity of a Layer 188Merge Layers 190Rename a Layer 192Transform a Layer 193Create a Solid Fill Layer 194Create an Adjustment Layer 196Edit an Adjustment Layer 198Apply an Adjustment-Layer Preset 200Link Layers 202Blend Layers 204Work with Smart Objects 206Create a Layer Group 210Filter Layers 212Add a Layer Mask 214Edit a Layer Mask 216 Chapter 9 Applying Layer StylesApply a Drop Shadow 220Apply an Outer Glow 222Apply Beveling and Embossing 224Apply Multiple Styles to a Layer 226Edit a Layer Style 228Using the Styles Panel 230 Chapter 10 Applying FiltersTurn an Image into a Painting 234Blur an Image 236Sharpen an Image 238Distort an Image 240Add Noise to an Image 242Turn an Image into Shapes 244Turn an Image into a Charcoal Sketch 246Apply Glowing Edges to an Image 248Add Texture to an Image 250Offset an Image 252Using the Liquify Filter 254Apply Multiple Filters 256Using Smart Filters 258 Chapter 11 Drawing ShapesDraw a Shape 262Draw a Custom Shape 264Draw a Straight Line 266Draw a Shape with the Pen 268Edit a Shape 270 Chapter 12 Adding and Manipulating TypeAdd Type to an Image 274Add Type in a Bounding Box 276Change the Formatting of Type 278Change the Color of Type 280Warp Type 282 Chapter 13 Automating Your WorkRecord an Action 286Play an Action 288Batch Process by Using an Action 290Create a PDF of Images 292Create a Web Photo Gallery 294Create a Panoramic Image 298Create an HDR Image 300Convert File Types 302Batch Rename Images 304Using Tool Presets 306 Chapter 14 Saving and Printing ImagesSave in the Photoshop Format 310Save an Image for Use in Another Application 312Save a JPEG for the Web 314Save a GIF for the Web 316Save a PNG for the Web 318Add Descriptive and Copyright Information 320Save a Sliced Image 322Print by Using a PC 324Print by Using a Mac 326 Index 328
Mike Wooldridge is a writer and web developer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has authored dozens of books for the Visual series. For more information about him and his books, visit www.wooldridge.net. Brianna Stuart is an author and busy mom based in the Seattle area. She is also the author of Teach Yourself Visually Photoshop Elements 10 and Creating Web Pages Simplified.
Are you a visual learner? Do you prefer instructions that show you how to do something — and skip the long-winded explanations? If so, then this book is for you. Open it up and you'll find clear, step-by-step screen shots that show you how to tackle more than 160 Photoshop CS6 tasks. Each task-based spread covers a single technique, sure to help you get up and running on Photoshop CS6 in no time. You'll learn to: Select tools and set up a workspace Change image size and resolution Experiment with colors and textures Apply layer styles and filters Add and manipulate type Designed for visual learners Two-page lessons break big topics into bite-sized modules Succinct explanations walk you through step by step Full-color screen shots demonstrate each task Helpful sidebars offer practical tips and tricks
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