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In Photoshop CS3 for Designers, instructor Ted LoCascio teaches graphic designers how to effectively use Photoshop for image manipulation and processing. He covers how to incorporate raw images into design workflows, use tools for special effects and retouching, integrate Photoshop with other Adobe applications, and save images for print. Photoshop CS3 for Designers guides graphics professionals through every step of the production workflow. Exercise files accompany the course.
Welcome to Adobe Photoshop CS3 for Designers. My name is Ted LoCascio. I'm a graphic designer, author and educator and I'm very pleased to be your instructor throughout the movies of this training title. The purpose of this course is to teach you the various ways that you can improve your design workflow. by applying the following Photoshop CS3 tips and techniques. The companion exercise files allow you to follow along and learn at your own pace. The chapters are divided into sections. We'll start out by learning how to set up a workspace for designers and then work our way up to learning how to incorporate specific design oriented techniques into your workflow.
Along the way you'll learn to make difficult selections quickly and easily. You'll also learn how to apply nondestructive editing to your images and utilize the various integration and automation features. I hope you enjoy learning from these movies as much as I've enjoyed preparing the training for you.
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