Many claim to be able to teach you how to master Photoshop, so why should you trust this eBook to explain techniques any better than others? Here is why: because the book was written by someone just like you.
Have you reached a dead end and feel like a massive barrier stands between your creativity and the screen? Thomas Giannattasio has been there and knows how to help. He has put together an intuitive guide to color management, as well as detailed instructions on how to get the most out of paths and brushes in this eBook. Handle layer styles like a pro, take your typography to the next level, and make your photographs look like a professional’s with native CS5 techniques.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Color Management
- Layer Styles
- Formats: PDF, EPUB, Kindle (DRM-free)
- Pages: 226 (PDF)
- Language: English
- Released: November 2010
- Publisher: Smashing Media GmbH
Excerpt From Forword
Mastering Photoshop for Web Design, Vol. 1 — by
he fast pace of the Internet has focused us on the latest and greatest techniques, which typically have a lifespan of only a few months. Rarely do we focus on the fundamentals—the principles that outlive the trends. Unfortunately, the principles often appeal to us less than the shiny and new.
Photoshop tutorials offer quick results. They hold our hands step by step until something incredible appears, but they rarely explain in depth the principles that allow us to create something unique and incredible of our own. If you’re a beginner, I hope this book gives you the comprehension you need to bring your ideas to life. If you’re a veteran, I hope it unveils some of the mysteries that have always boggled you.