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Customizing the Way You Work in Adobe Photoshop CC
By Steve Johnson, . Perspection Inc.
Aug 26, 2013
This chapter shows you how to change Photoshop's Preferences settings, which can help you both tailor the program to your specific design style as well as configure its use of system resources.
Customizing the Way You Work in Photoshop CS6
By Steve Johnson, . Perspection Inc.
Nov 1, 2012
Steve Johnson shows how to make Photoshop run faster, enabling you to work more efficiently and improve your designs.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 on Demand: Using the Paint, Shape Drawing, and Eraser Tools
By Steve Johnson, Perspection Inc.
May 17, 2010
With the vast array of supplied brushes, tips, and shape drawing tools, Photoshop helps you produce any images, either enhanced or developed from scratch, that you might need for virtually any conceivable project. This chapter from Adobe Photoshop CS5 on Demand shows you how to use them.
Customizing the Way You Work in Adobe Photoshop CS4
By Steve Johnson
Dec 15, 2008
Optimize Photoshop by learning to use Preferences, which will not only make your work environment more comfortable, but also make Photoshop run up to 20% faster.
Making Quick Fixes to Images in Adobe Photoshop Elements 6
By Kate Binder
Jun 5, 2008
Kate Binder explains how Photoshop Elements Quick Fixes give you a lot of bang for your single click.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 6.0: How to Import Photos into the Organizer
By Perspection Inc., Steve Johnson
Feb 22, 2008
After you have Photoshop Elements create a catalog, you can start to use the Organizer to manage, search, and fix photos and other media files.
Customizing the Way You Work in Photoshop CS3
By Andy Anderson, Steve Johnson, Perspection Inc.
Jun 1, 2007
Learn how to customize Photoshop CS3 to work faster and more comfortably.
Customizing the Way You Work
May 14, 2007
Roses are Red or Are They?: Working with Color in Photoshop CS3
By Carla Rose
May 4, 2007
Are you one of those people who likes to play with the color adjustments on the television set? If you are, you're going to be absolutely astounded by Photoshop CS3's color adjustment capabilities. If you haven't a clue about adjusting color, that's okay, too. By the end of this chapter, you'll be able to turn red roses blue, change a sky from midday to sunset and back again, bring out the detail in shadows, and control every imaginable aspect of color manipulation.
Adjusting Color
Apr 16, 2007
Tonal Corrections
Feb 5, 2007
Customize the Way You Work In Photoshop CS2
By Andy Anderson, Perspection Inc.
Aug 18, 2006
Designing the Obvious: The Ongoing Mission of Good Design
By Robert Hoekman
May 19, 2006
Concluding his series, Robert Hoekman, Jr. provides some practical suggestions on how to implement good design in your software and/or site, despite the sometimes frustrating process of working with other people in everyday business life.
Nikon Coolpix P1 Wifi Camera: Exposed and Abused
By Seth Fogie
May 4, 2006
Seth Fogie exposes the internal mysteries of the digital camera for your viewing pleasure. However, this isn’t just an ordinary digital camera — Seth picked one that has built-in wireless connectivity, which he learned could leave you quite exposed.
Organizing Catalog Items in Adobe Photoshop Elements 4 and Premiere Elements 2
By Chuck Engels
Mar 17, 2006
After importing images into a catalog, you can begin to work with them in the Organizer. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to review images one at a time in an automated slide show, group different versions of the same image, and categorize images.
Mirror, Mirror, Off the Wall
By Rhoda Grossman
Nov 18, 2005
Photoshop Elements 4 gives you great control over your appearance, at least in digital photos. This chapter provides tutorials on altering yourself digitally, making yourself appear older, younger, and even adjusting your height.
Using the Photoshop Toolbox
By Michael Smick
Nov 4, 2005
The toolbox has gone through many incarnations since Photoshop was first introduced. More tools have been added and some modified and combined. This chapter is a reference on each of the tools provided with Photoshop CS2.
Developing a Workflow for Your Graphic Design Project
By Mordy Golding
Jul 29, 2005
The creation of a finished multimedia project requries the work of multiple tools in various programs. A complicated project like this requires careful planning of the workflow in order to coordinate the project most efficiently. This chapter will teach you how to plan your workflow with a focus on Creative Suite 2.
Making Selections in Photoshop CS2
By Carla Rose
Jun 17, 2005
Photoshop provides copious tools for selecting portions of your images. This sample chapter will help you choose which tool to use in various situations, and how to use these tools to select just the parts of the image that you wish to edit.
Scrapbooking with Adobe Photoshop Elements 3: Hardware Tools
By Carla Rose
May 12, 2005
Scrapbooks has been around for ages, but like almost everything else, it's gotten a digital make-over for the 21st century. Find out what devices you'll need to start scrapbooking with Adobe Photoshop Elements 3, and how you can get around these requirements if need be.

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