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February 9, 2006 – Recently published in paperback by Wiley, the Adobe Photoshop CS2 Visual Encyclopedia by Stephen Romaniello with Elizabeth Cardenas-Nelson offers everything a photographer could need to decipher the complicated image editing software, from annotation to layers to workspace solutions.
This A-Z index of Photoshop topics and tools insures that readers won’t have to go wading through a sea of small text to find answers to their questions. The authors have employed clear step-by-step numbered bullets to instruct users on how to properly apply each tool. It also includes a plethora of visuals, including sample screen captures of someone editing an image with the tool being explained. The Tips section for each topic even labels tips with headers like "Warning!" and "Try This!"
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