Make Photoshop work better for you. Learn how to customize Photoshop settings, options, shortcuts, panels, tools, and workspaces and build Photoshop actions to automate tedious tasks.
- Photography (10)
- Design (7)
- Color Correction (4)
- Print Production (4)
- Raw Processing (3)
- Black and White (2)
- Color (2)
- Scanning (2)
- Masking + Compositing (1)
- Photography Foundations (1)
- Printing Photos (1)
- Sharpening (1)
Learn the tools and best practices for measuring and correcting color in Adobe Camera Raw.
Learn the best techniques for creating stunning, high-contrast black-and-white landscape photos in Lightroom.
An illustrated guide to improving the composition of your photos and making them more powerful.
Learn how to evaluate and adjust color landscapes and transform them into majestic black-and-white landscapes with Photoshop.
Learn four different workflows that selectively maintain, remove, or reduce the color cast of an image and generate different creative moods.
Use SilverFast to scan photos, line art, film negatives, and other printed documents, while getting the highest quality scans possible from your scanner.
Scanning techniques for graphics professionals and photographers, covering workflow considerations and advanced image-quality controls.
Shows how to prepare Photoshop files for a wide variety of printing devices, including offset printing presses, digital presses, large gamut inkjet printers, and more.
Teaches how to quickly evaluate the color correction or adjustment needs of an image.
Covers each step of the prepress process, from document planning to choosing output settings.
Teaches Photoshop users how to best prepare images for print to get professional results.
All about color correction in Photoshop, from customizing settings to using histograms and keyboard shortcuts.
Teaches how to create, correct, and prepare Photoshop images for printing at commercial print shops.
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