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The Adobe Photoshop CS3 Book for Digital Photographers Including coverage of various features of CS3 such as nondestructive Smart Filters, Vanishing Point with Adustable Perspective Planes, Automatic Layer Alignment and Blending, and a streamlined interface, this book contains project based examples of various key steps in the digital photography editing process....

Title : The Adobe Photoshop CS3 Book for Digital Photographers by Kelby, Scott (2007) Paperback
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ISBN : B0107199PS
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Format Type : E-Book
Language : Englisch
Publisher : New Riders Publishing 1 August 2007
Number of Pages : 499 Pages
File Size : 880 KB
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The Adobe Photoshop CS3 Book for Digital Photographers by Kelby, Scott (2007) Paperback Reviews

  • Emnasut
    2019-04-07 17:36

    Ein wirklich gutes Buch für alle die noch eine ältere Version von Photoshop haben! Ausführlich wird genau beschrieben wie die verschiedenen Optionen verwendet werden können um super Bilder zu erhalten. Empfehlenswert!

  • Michael W. Schellenberger
    2019-04-17 13:46

    This book reminds me of the old proverb, 'Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.' This book just throws some fish at you.With that being said and the popularity of the book I guess a lot of people like being thrown fish. I wanted to learn to 'fish' but the book taught me little about 'fishing'.I can say I did learn some stuff from the book and I was certainly glad I'd used Elements for a couple of years prior. The book is certainly not for newbies as it covers nothing about the many tools/options you have available in the toolbar other than in some contexts of creating a visual effect. I didn't see much in the book for a seasoned Photoshop user as only basic 'retouching' ideas are 'thrown' you.I was particularly appalled when told to just use Adobe RGB as the color profile with no explanation other than sRGB is for the web. While I am no expert I do know there is a lot of talk/arguing in the industry about which you should/might use and the heart ache that Adobe RGB might cause you. There should have been some discussion on this topic, I don't need advice like this.So, in my opinion, if you have played with Photoshop a little and are 'a learn by example' type of person then this book might be for you. If you want to learn about why you might grown/feather a selection, understand the various tool settings/options or learn anything remotely advanced I would look for another.

  • T. Young
    2019-04-07 16:28

    This book has re-inspired me as a photographer. I have been a semi-pro photographer for about 10 years now. I dodged the digital revolution for more years than I should have. I only got into it in 2005. Before that I wouldn't even look at going digital. Until now I only used Photoshop for basic photo editing because other books I had bought just made the subject complicated. This book changed all of that. Those "complicated" techniques are illustrated beautifully in this book and the author makes it easy to duplicate the techniques outlined in the book. His approach is fantastic. He takes a photo, decides what is wrong, or right with it, and takes the reader through ALL of the steps needed to correct the photo. Then he shows you what the final product should look like.I use this book nearly every day as a reference. If I have a photo that is underexposed, I simply turn to the section on exposure, follow the steps and I always come out with a better photo. Because of this book I am now going through all of my old photos and seeing what I can do to them to make them POP a little more and I can tell you that this book has saved some photos I thought were horrible, losses.Get it!

  • JM
    2019-04-13 11:28

    While many have criticized Kelby's stylistic prose, the content in the book is very helpful and allows hobbiest to hard core professionals to produce beautiful images. I feel that this series will allow users to maximize their output in the least amount of time.Compared to the CS2 version, there have been some improvements and additions (smart filters and portrait skin softening) with great images. There are some redundant chapters, but still worth it for beginners as well as a refresher for advanced users. I've read through most of the book, and while a few chapters are useful, my workflow has not significantly changed.Those with the CS2 version, I'm less convinced that this is a must have upgrade. For those on the fence who don't have the CS2 version, go get it as it'll be the best $30 you'll spend.

  • Freia  Hooper-Bradford
    2019-04-14 13:39

    Of course, Kelby did it again. Love the steps that always start from step one to the last step. No starting on step three or five and then being told that the beginning of each lesson is on some previous page. I have used this book with CS3, but then I canned CS3 for Elements 10, which is almost as good as the pro versions. I unfortunately fell down the stairs carrying this book and it smacked down the stairs also and the pages loosened. They are loose from the binding and I still use the book all the time, wouldn't be without it. I also recommend digital photography 1 and 2 by Kelby. Great ideas.

  • San Antonio Bob
    2019-04-12 17:34

    I recently completed a class at a local Art and Craft institution on Photoshop. It gave me a good foundation, but the version they used was CS. This book on CS3 has been an invaluable aid to me, building on what I learned in the class and also introducing features I didn't know existed. Some reviewers slam Kilby for his humor, I tend to agree there may be too much there for some people, but I also enjoyed the conversational tone and one on one feel of the author's writing. I found the book to be very informative and it will remain at the side of my workstation for a long time to come for reference as I am one who needs to repeat tasks several times to master and remember them. What is nice about this book is there are specific recommendations for different settings and techinques. Material you can actually use to make things work for you. Once you understand the process you can certainly vary the settings and experiment - which is what we all should do, but it's nice to have a really good place to start. All in all, a very good book for a serious photographer who is working on learning how to best utilize Photoshop.