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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.
Creating HDR Images in Photoshop
By Michael Miller
Jun 8, 2011
Michael Miller shows you how to create HDR images using your own digital camera and Adobe Photoshop.
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.
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
Customize the Way You Work In Photoshop CS2
By Andy Anderson, Perspection Inc.
Aug 18, 2006
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.
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.
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.
Film Basics for Digital Photographers
By John Upton, Joseph Ciaglia, Peter Kuhns, Barbara London
Jun 11, 2004
All photographers will understand digital better by learning the history of film. This sample chapter discusses negative and positive film and the terms that are used to measure and describe film technology.
Understanding and Choosing File Formats in Photoshop CS and Illustrator CS
By Peter Bauer
Apr 9, 2004
Dust, Mold, and Texture Removal in Photoshop
By Katrin Eismann
May 2, 2003
In this sample chapter you'll face the worst problems and learn the best techniques to rescue your images from the evils that lurk in historical negatives, glass plates, prints, contemporary film, and digital images.
Type and Typography in Photoshop
By Peter Bauer, Jeff Foster
Apr 25, 2003
Would you like an easier way of making attractive text in Photoshop? Spice up your text and explore type tools, type palettes, commands, and fonts.
Photoshop Requirements, Setup, and Preferences
By Peter Bauer, Jeff Foster
Jan 24, 2003
This sample chapter will give you information on how various parts of your system work with Photoshop and how you can speed things up.
Basic Color Correction in Photoshop
By Richard Lynch
Apr 20, 2001
When you know how to approach it, basic color correction can be fairly simple, quick, and even fun! This article gives the reader a quick course in a simple color correction method that can dramatically improve images in a matter of moments.
Creating a Puzzle Pattern
By Richard Lynch
Apr 20, 2001
Learning to create your own image elements in Photoshop is essential using the program effectively. This article shows you how to create and apply a puzzle pattern, which in turn can be applied to any image and then easily reused or re-created.
Mirroring Paths to Create Shape Symmetry
By Richard Lynch
Apr 20, 2001
Duplicating and combining mirrored paths can help create perfectly symmetrical shapes without painstaking measurement. This article provides what you need to create shapes and designs that are fit for storage and reuse through the new Photoshop Shapes library.

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