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Covering everything from setting up the interface to optimizing photos to using tools like the Web Photo Gallery, Photoshop CS3 for the Web Essential Training is a beginner course for anyone using Photoshop CS3 to create or edit images for the web. Instructor Jan Kabili explains the difference between web and print graphics, demonstrates how to create color swatches, discusses layers and slices, teaches how to create integral web page elements, and much more. Exercise files accompany the tutorials.
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Hi Everyone! This is Jan Kabili. I'm happy to welcome you to this title, Photoshop CS3 for the Web Essential Training. It's really exciting to be back here at lynda.com to do this title. I have been writing and teaching about Photoshop for the web since back in the days of Photoshop 6, I think it was. I still think it's really important for anybody who is involved in web design, be it on the design side or the developer side or the production side, to have a firm grasp of how graphics are made for the web.
And so in this title, I haven't just focused on features of Photoshop that are related to web design. Instead, I have tried to hone in on tasks that you will be performing and techniques you'll need to know as you create graphics for your websites. I hope that you will get ideas for how to incorporate graphics in your own sites, and that you will learn efficient production techniques that will save you time and effort in your own work. So let's get started learning Photoshop CS3 for the web.
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