Computer Book ReviewsThe Internet Writing Journal, August 1998
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deconstructing web graphics.2 by Lynda Weinman and Jon Warren LentzNew Riders, June 1998.
Trade Paperback, 229 pages.
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deconstructing web graphics.2 is valuable reading because of the real world examples of web design, which show implementation of web development principles. A good reference for the serious web designer.
Inside Adobe Photoshop 5 by Gary David Bouton & Barbara BoutonNew Riders, July 1998.
Trade Paperback, 742 pages.
This comprehensive guide helps users learn how to get the most out of Adobe Photoshop 5, one of the most widely used graphic design tools available. The book begins with instruction on graphic design concepts and familiarizes the reader with the Photoshop software. The rest of the book deals with Photoshop principles and instruction on how to use the software effectively. Instruction is enhanced with numerous examples, step by step outlines and screenshots. Coverage in the book includes: using stock images, retouching photographs, color modes, perfecting images, resizing, filters, web graphics, animations, restoring old photographs and special effects. The accompanying CD-ROM includes a comprehensive Photoshop glossary, 100 Megabytes of textures, fonts and images and third party software.
The easy to follow step by step instruction highlight this comprehensive aide to Photoshop 5. Inside Adobe Photoshop 5 is an invaluable reference book that no Photoshop owner will want to be without.
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