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Adobe Photoshop CC for dummies, Peter Bauer

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Adobe Photoshop CC for dummies
Title
Adobe Photoshop CC for dummies
Statement of responsibility
Peter Bauer
Title variation
  • Adobe Photoshop CC
  • Photoshop CC for dummies
  • Photoshop creative cloud for dummies
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Subject
Language
eng
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UMI
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1957-
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Bauer, Peter
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006.696
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illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
TA1637
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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--For dummies
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  • Photography
  • Computer graphics
  • Cloud computing
  • Cloud computing
  • Computer graphics
  • Photography
Label
Adobe Photoshop CC for dummies, Peter Bauer
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Publication date from resource description page (Safari, viewed April 11, 2018)
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- About This Book -- Conventions Used in This Book -- Icons Used in This Book -- How to Use This Book -- Part 1 Getting Started with Photoshop CC -- Chapter 1 Welcome to Photoshop! -- Exploring Adobe Photoshop -- What Photoshop is designed to do -- Other things you can do with Photoshop -- Viewing Photoshop's Parts and Processes -- Reviewing basic computer operations -- Launching Photoshop -- Working with images -- Saving your files -- Keyboard shortcuts -- Photoshop's incredible selective Undo -- Installing Photoshop: Need to know -- Chapter 2 Knowing Just Enough about Digital Images -- What Exactly Is a Digital Image? -- The True Nature of Pixels -- How Many Pixels Can Dance on the Head of a Pin? -- Resolution revelations -- Resolving image resolution -- Changing the size of your artwork with the Image Size command -- Picking an image resolution -- File Formats: Which Do You Need? -- Formats for digital photos -- Formats for web graphics -- Formats for commercial printing -- Formats for PowerPoint and Word -- Chapter 3 Taking the Chef{u200A}'s Tour of Your Photoshop Kitchen -- Food for Thought: How Things Work -- Ordering from the menus -- Your platter full of panels -- The tools of your trade -- Get Cookin' with Customization -- Clearing the table: Custom workspaces -- Sugar and spice, shortcuts are nice -- Spoons can't chop: Creating tool presets -- Season to Taste: The Photoshop Settings -- Standing orders: Setting the Preferences -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}History Log -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Tools -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Interface and Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Workspace -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}File Handling -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Performance -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Scratch Disks -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Cursors -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Transparency & Gamut -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Units & Rulers -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Guides, Grid & Slices
  • Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Plug-Ins -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Technology Previews -- Ensuring consistency: Color Settings -- When Good Programs Go Bad: Fixing Photoshop -- Chapter 4 Getting Images into and out of Photoshop -- Bringing Images into Photoshop -- Downloading from your digital camera -- Scanning prints -- Determining scan resolution -- Preventing moiré patterns -- Keeping Your Images Organized -- Creating a folder structure -- Using Adobe Bridge -- Renaming image files easily -- Printing Your Images -- Cropping to a specific aspect ratio -- Remembering resolution -- Controlling color using File{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Print -- Considering color management solutions -- Printing alternatives -- Sharing Your Images -- Creating PDFs and websites -- Emailing your images -- Chapter 5 What's New in Photoshop CC? -- Improvements and New Features -- The new features you're most likely to love -- Additional new features -- New to Camera Raw -- More Sensei Coming Soon to Photoshop -- What is Sensei? -- The coolest capabilities -- Part 2 Easy Enhancements for Digital Images -- Chapter 6 Making Tonality and Color Look Natural -- Adjusting Tonality to Make Your Images Pop -- Histograms Simplified -- Using Photoshop's Auto Corrections -- Levels and Curves and You -- Level-headed you! -- Tonal corrections with the eyedroppers -- Adjusting your curves without dieting -- Grabbing Even More Control -- Using Shadow/Highlight -- Changing exposure after the fact -- Using Photoshop's toning tools -- What Is Color in Photoshop? -- Which color mode should you choose? -- Does a color model make a difference? -- Why should you worry about color depth? -- Making Color Adjustments in Photoshop -- Choosing color adjustment commands -- Brightness/Contrast, Levels, Curves, Exposure -- Vibrance -- Hue/Saturation -- Color Balance -- Black & White -- Photo Filter -- Channel Mixer -- Color Lookup -- Invert
  • Posterize -- Threshold -- Gradient Map -- Selective Color -- Shadow/Highlight -- HDR Toning -- Desaturate -- Match Color -- Replace Color -- Equalize -- Manual corrections in individual channels -- The People Factor: Flesh Tone Formulas -- Chapter 7 The Adobe Camera Raw Plug-In -- Understanding the Raw Facts -- What's the big deal about Raw? -- Working in Raw -- Working in the Camera Raw Plug-In -- Tools and preview options -- Before and After -- Trash -- Zoom, Hand, and White Balance -- Color Sampler -- Targeted Adjustment -- Crop and Straighten -- Transform -- Spot Removal -- Red Eye Reduction -- Adjustment Brush -- Graduated Filter -- Camera Raw Preferences -- The histogram -- The preview area -- Workflow Options and presets -- The Basic panel -- The Tone Curve panel -- The Detail panel -- HSL, grayscale, and split toning -- Compensating with Lens Corrections -- Adding special effects -- Camera profiles, presets, and snapshots -- The Camera Raw buttons -- Chapter 8 Fine-Tuning Your Fixes -- What Is a Selection? -- Feathering and Anti-aliasing -- Making Your Selections with Tools -- Marquee selection tools -- Lasso selection tools -- The Quick Selection tool -- The Magic Wand tool -- Select and Mask -- Your Selection Commands -- The primary selection commands -- The Color Range command -- The Focus Area command -- Selection modification commands -- Transforming the shape of selections -- Edit in Quick Mask mode -- The mask-related selection commands -- Masks: Not Just for Halloween Anymore -- Saving and loading selections -- Editing an alpha channel -- Adding masks to layers and Smart Objects -- Masking with vector paths -- Adjustment Layers: Controlling Changes -- Adding an adjustment layer -- Limiting your adjustments -- Chapter 9 Common Problems and Their Cures -- Making People Prettier -- Getting the red out . . . digitally
  • The digital fountain of youth -- Dieting digitally -- De-glaring glasses -- Whitening teeth -- Reducing Noise in Your Images -- Decreasing digital noise -- Eliminating luminance noise -- Fooling Around with Mother Nature -- Removing the unwanted from photos -- Eliminating the lean: Fixing perspective -- Rotating images precisely -- Part 3 Creating "Art" in Photoshop -- Chapter 10 Combining Images -- Compositing Images: 1 + 1 = 1 -- Understanding layers -- Why you should use Smart Objects -- Using the basic blending modes -- Opacity, transparency, and layer masks -- Creating clipping groups -- Making composited elements look natural -- Making Complex Selections -- Vanishing Point -- Creating Panoramas with Photomerge -- Chapter 11 Precision Edges with Vector Paths -- Pixels, Paths, and You -- Easy Vectors: Using Shapes -- Your basic shape tools -- The Custom Shape tool -- More custom shapes -- free! -- Changing the appearance of the shape layer -- Simulating a multicolor shape layer -- Using Your Pen Tool to Create Paths -- Understanding paths -- Clicking and dragging your way down the path of knowledge -- A closer look at the Paths panel -- Pick a path, any path -- The Paths panel buttons -- Customizing Any Path -- Adding, deleting, and moving anchor points -- Combining paths -- Tweaking type for a custom font -- Chapter 12 Dressing Up Images with Layer Styles -- What Are Layer Styles? -- Using the Styles Panel -- Creating Custom Layer Styles -- Exploring the Layer Style menu -- Exploring the Layer Style dialog box -- Layer effects basics -- Bevel and Emboss -- Stroke -- Inner Shadow -- Inner Glow -- Satin -- Color Overlay -- Gradient Overlay -- Pattern Overlay -- Outer Glow -- Drop Shadow -- Opacity, fill, and advanced blending -- Saving Your Layer Styles -- Adding styles to the Styles panel -- Preserving your layer styles
  • Chapter 13 Giving Your Images a Text Message -- Making a Word Worth a Thousand Pixels -- A type tool for every season, or reason -- What are all those options? -- Taking control of your text with panels -- The panel menus -- even more options -- Working with Styles -- Putting a picture in your text -- Creating Paragraphs with Type Containers -- Selecting alignment or justification -- Ready, BREAK! Hyphenating your text -- Shaping Up Your Language with Warp Text and Type on a Path -- Applying the predefined warps -- Customizing the course with paths -- Chapter 14 Painting in Photoshop -- Discovering Photoshop's Painting Tools -- Painting with the Brush tool -- Adding color with the Pencil tool -- Removing color with the Eraser tool -- Working with Panels and Selecting Colors -- An overview of options -- Creating and saving custom brush tips -- Picking a color -- Fine Art Painting with Specialty Brush Tips and the Mixer Brush -- Exploring erodible brush tips -- Introducing airbrush and watercolor tips -- Mixing things up with the Mixer Brush -- Filling, Stroking, Dumping, and Blending Colors -- Deleting and dumping to add color -- Using gradients -- Chapter 15 Filters: The Fun Side of Photoshop -- Smart Filters: Your Creative Insurance Policy -- The Filters You Really Need -- Sharpening to focus the eye -- Unsharp Mask -- Smart Sharpen -- Shake Reduction -- Blurring images and selections -- The other Blur filters -- Correcting for the vagaries of lenses -- Cleaning up with Reduce Noise -- Getting Creative and Artistic -- Photo to painting with the Oil Paint filter -- Working with the Filter Gallery -- Push, Pull, and Twist with Liquify -- Do I Need Those Other Filters? -- Adding drama with Lighting Effects -- Maximum and Minimum -- Bending and bubbling -- Creating clouds -- Part 4 Power Photoshop -- Chapter 16 Streamlining Your Work in Photoshop
Control code
1031215682
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd edition.
Extent
1 online resource (1 volume)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781119418115
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0500000955
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)1031215682
Label
Adobe Photoshop CC for dummies, Peter Bauer
Publication
Note
Publication date from resource description page (Safari, viewed April 11, 2018)
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- About This Book -- Conventions Used in This Book -- Icons Used in This Book -- How to Use This Book -- Part 1 Getting Started with Photoshop CC -- Chapter 1 Welcome to Photoshop! -- Exploring Adobe Photoshop -- What Photoshop is designed to do -- Other things you can do with Photoshop -- Viewing Photoshop's Parts and Processes -- Reviewing basic computer operations -- Launching Photoshop -- Working with images -- Saving your files -- Keyboard shortcuts -- Photoshop's incredible selective Undo -- Installing Photoshop: Need to know -- Chapter 2 Knowing Just Enough about Digital Images -- What Exactly Is a Digital Image? -- The True Nature of Pixels -- How Many Pixels Can Dance on the Head of a Pin? -- Resolution revelations -- Resolving image resolution -- Changing the size of your artwork with the Image Size command -- Picking an image resolution -- File Formats: Which Do You Need? -- Formats for digital photos -- Formats for web graphics -- Formats for commercial printing -- Formats for PowerPoint and Word -- Chapter 3 Taking the Chef{u200A}'s Tour of Your Photoshop Kitchen -- Food for Thought: How Things Work -- Ordering from the menus -- Your platter full of panels -- The tools of your trade -- Get Cookin' with Customization -- Clearing the table: Custom workspaces -- Sugar and spice, shortcuts are nice -- Spoons can't chop: Creating tool presets -- Season to Taste: The Photoshop Settings -- Standing orders: Setting the Preferences -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}History Log -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Tools -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Interface and Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Workspace -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}File Handling -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Performance -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Scratch Disks -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Cursors -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Transparency & Gamut -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Units & Rulers -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Guides, Grid & Slices
  • Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Plug-Ins -- Preferences{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Technology Previews -- Ensuring consistency: Color Settings -- When Good Programs Go Bad: Fixing Photoshop -- Chapter 4 Getting Images into and out of Photoshop -- Bringing Images into Photoshop -- Downloading from your digital camera -- Scanning prints -- Determining scan resolution -- Preventing moiré patterns -- Keeping Your Images Organized -- Creating a folder structure -- Using Adobe Bridge -- Renaming image files easily -- Printing Your Images -- Cropping to a specific aspect ratio -- Remembering resolution -- Controlling color using File{u2009}{u27AA}{u2009}Print -- Considering color management solutions -- Printing alternatives -- Sharing Your Images -- Creating PDFs and websites -- Emailing your images -- Chapter 5 What's New in Photoshop CC? -- Improvements and New Features -- The new features you're most likely to love -- Additional new features -- New to Camera Raw -- More Sensei Coming Soon to Photoshop -- What is Sensei? -- The coolest capabilities -- Part 2 Easy Enhancements for Digital Images -- Chapter 6 Making Tonality and Color Look Natural -- Adjusting Tonality to Make Your Images Pop -- Histograms Simplified -- Using Photoshop's Auto Corrections -- Levels and Curves and You -- Level-headed you! -- Tonal corrections with the eyedroppers -- Adjusting your curves without dieting -- Grabbing Even More Control -- Using Shadow/Highlight -- Changing exposure after the fact -- Using Photoshop's toning tools -- What Is Color in Photoshop? -- Which color mode should you choose? -- Does a color model make a difference? -- Why should you worry about color depth? -- Making Color Adjustments in Photoshop -- Choosing color adjustment commands -- Brightness/Contrast, Levels, Curves, Exposure -- Vibrance -- Hue/Saturation -- Color Balance -- Black & White -- Photo Filter -- Channel Mixer -- Color Lookup -- Invert
  • Posterize -- Threshold -- Gradient Map -- Selective Color -- Shadow/Highlight -- HDR Toning -- Desaturate -- Match Color -- Replace Color -- Equalize -- Manual corrections in individual channels -- The People Factor: Flesh Tone Formulas -- Chapter 7 The Adobe Camera Raw Plug-In -- Understanding the Raw Facts -- What's the big deal about Raw? -- Working in Raw -- Working in the Camera Raw Plug-In -- Tools and preview options -- Before and After -- Trash -- Zoom, Hand, and White Balance -- Color Sampler -- Targeted Adjustment -- Crop and Straighten -- Transform -- Spot Removal -- Red Eye Reduction -- Adjustment Brush -- Graduated Filter -- Camera Raw Preferences -- The histogram -- The preview area -- Workflow Options and presets -- The Basic panel -- The Tone Curve panel -- The Detail panel -- HSL, grayscale, and split toning -- Compensating with Lens Corrections -- Adding special effects -- Camera profiles, presets, and snapshots -- The Camera Raw buttons -- Chapter 8 Fine-Tuning Your Fixes -- What Is a Selection? -- Feathering and Anti-aliasing -- Making Your Selections with Tools -- Marquee selection tools -- Lasso selection tools -- The Quick Selection tool -- The Magic Wand tool -- Select and Mask -- Your Selection Commands -- The primary selection commands -- The Color Range command -- The Focus Area command -- Selection modification commands -- Transforming the shape of selections -- Edit in Quick Mask mode -- The mask-related selection commands -- Masks: Not Just for Halloween Anymore -- Saving and loading selections -- Editing an alpha channel -- Adding masks to layers and Smart Objects -- Masking with vector paths -- Adjustment Layers: Controlling Changes -- Adding an adjustment layer -- Limiting your adjustments -- Chapter 9 Common Problems and Their Cures -- Making People Prettier -- Getting the red out . . . digitally
  • The digital fountain of youth -- Dieting digitally -- De-glaring glasses -- Whitening teeth -- Reducing Noise in Your Images -- Decreasing digital noise -- Eliminating luminance noise -- Fooling Around with Mother Nature -- Removing the unwanted from photos -- Eliminating the lean: Fixing perspective -- Rotating images precisely -- Part 3 Creating "Art" in Photoshop -- Chapter 10 Combining Images -- Compositing Images: 1 + 1 = 1 -- Understanding layers -- Why you should use Smart Objects -- Using the basic blending modes -- Opacity, transparency, and layer masks -- Creating clipping groups -- Making composited elements look natural -- Making Complex Selections -- Vanishing Point -- Creating Panoramas with Photomerge -- Chapter 11 Precision Edges with Vector Paths -- Pixels, Paths, and You -- Easy Vectors: Using Shapes -- Your basic shape tools -- The Custom Shape tool -- More custom shapes -- free! -- Changing the appearance of the shape layer -- Simulating a multicolor shape layer -- Using Your Pen Tool to Create Paths -- Understanding paths -- Clicking and dragging your way down the path of knowledge -- A closer look at the Paths panel -- Pick a path, any path -- The Paths panel buttons -- Customizing Any Path -- Adding, deleting, and moving anchor points -- Combining paths -- Tweaking type for a custom font -- Chapter 12 Dressing Up Images with Layer Styles -- What Are Layer Styles? -- Using the Styles Panel -- Creating Custom Layer Styles -- Exploring the Layer Style menu -- Exploring the Layer Style dialog box -- Layer effects basics -- Bevel and Emboss -- Stroke -- Inner Shadow -- Inner Glow -- Satin -- Color Overlay -- Gradient Overlay -- Pattern Overlay -- Outer Glow -- Drop Shadow -- Opacity, fill, and advanced blending -- Saving Your Layer Styles -- Adding styles to the Styles panel -- Preserving your layer styles
  • Chapter 13 Giving Your Images a Text Message -- Making a Word Worth a Thousand Pixels -- A type tool for every season, or reason -- What are all those options? -- Taking control of your text with panels -- The panel menus -- even more options -- Working with Styles -- Putting a picture in your text -- Creating Paragraphs with Type Containers -- Selecting alignment or justification -- Ready, BREAK! Hyphenating your text -- Shaping Up Your Language with Warp Text and Type on a Path -- Applying the predefined warps -- Customizing the course with paths -- Chapter 14 Painting in Photoshop -- Discovering Photoshop's Painting Tools -- Painting with the Brush tool -- Adding color with the Pencil tool -- Removing color with the Eraser tool -- Working with Panels and Selecting Colors -- An overview of options -- Creating and saving custom brush tips -- Picking a color -- Fine Art Painting with Specialty Brush Tips and the Mixer Brush -- Exploring erodible brush tips -- Introducing airbrush and watercolor tips -- Mixing things up with the Mixer Brush -- Filling, Stroking, Dumping, and Blending Colors -- Deleting and dumping to add color -- Using gradients -- Chapter 15 Filters: The Fun Side of Photoshop -- Smart Filters: Your Creative Insurance Policy -- The Filters You Really Need -- Sharpening to focus the eye -- Unsharp Mask -- Smart Sharpen -- Shake Reduction -- Blurring images and selections -- The other Blur filters -- Correcting for the vagaries of lenses -- Cleaning up with Reduce Noise -- Getting Creative and Artistic -- Photo to painting with the Oil Paint filter -- Working with the Filter Gallery -- Push, Pull, and Twist with Liquify -- Do I Need Those Other Filters? -- Adding drama with Lighting Effects -- Maximum and Minimum -- Bending and bubbling -- Creating clouds -- Part 4 Power Photoshop -- Chapter 16 Streamlining Your Work in Photoshop
Control code
1031215682
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd edition.
Extent
1 online resource (1 volume)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781119418115
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0500000955
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1031215682

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