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Photoshop CS6 for Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/tech))
Photoshop CS6 for Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/tech))
作者: Bauer, Peter
出版社 : For Dummies
出版日期 : 2012/05
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781118174579

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语言 : English

书籍简介
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A93654000
Place of Publication: United States
Continuations: Monograph Series,any number
Subject Development: Techniques
Textual Format: Computer Applications
Academic Level: Extracurricular
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Table of Contents
 
Introduction                                       1  (6)
      About This Book                              1  (1)
      How This Book Is Organized                   2  (2)
        Part I Breezing through Basic Training     2  (1)
        Part II Easy Enhancements for Digital      2  (1)
        Images
        Part III Creating "Art" in Photoshop       3  (1)
        Part IV Power Photoshop                    3  (1)
        Part V The Part of Tens                    3  (1)
      Conventions Used in This Book                4  (1)
      Icons Used in This Book                      4  (1)
      How to Use This Book                         5  (1)
      Where to Go from Here                        5  (2)
  Part I Breezing through Basic Training           7  (78)
    Chapter 1 Welcome to Photoshop!                9  (12)
      Exploring Adobe Photoshop                    9  (6)
        What Photoshop is designed to do           10 (1)
        New features to help you do those jobs     10 (3)
        Other things you can do with Photoshop     13 (2)
      Viewing Photoshop's Parts and Processes      15 (6)
        Reviewing basic computer operations        15 (2)
        Photoshop's incredible selective Undo      17 (2)
        Installing Photoshop: Need to know         19 (2)
    Chapter 2 Knowing Just Enough about Digital    21 (20)
    Images
      What Exactly Is a Digital Image?             22 (1)
      The True Nature of Pixels                    22 (2)
      How Many Pixels Can Dance on the Head of     24 (11)
      a Pin?
        Resolution revelations                     25 (1)
        Resolving image resolution                 26 (9)
      File Formats: Which Do You Need?             35 (6)
        Formats for digital photos                 35 (2)
        Formats for web graphics                   37 (1)
        Formats for commercial printing            38 (1)
        Formats for PowerPoint and Word            39 (2)
    Chapter 3 Taking the Chef's Tour of Your       41 (22)
    Photoshop Kitchen
      Food for Thought: How Things Work            42 (5)
        Ordering from the menus                    42 (1)
        Your platter full of panels                43 (3)
        The tools of your trade                    46 (1)
      Get Cookin' with Customization               47 (5)
        Clearing the table: Custom workspaces      48 (2)
        Sugar and spice, shortcuts are nice        50 (1)
        Spoons can't chop: Creating tool presets   51 (1)
      Season to Taste: The Photoshop Settings      52 (9)
        Standing orders: Setting the Preferences   53 (7)
        Ensuring consistency: Color Settings       60 (1)
      When Good Programs Go Bad: Fixing            61 (2)
      Photoshop
    Chapter 4 Getting Images into and out of       63 (22)
    Photoshop
      Bringing Images into Photoshop               64 (7)
        Downloading from your digital camera       65 (2)
        Scanning prints                            67 (4)
      Keeping Your Images Organized                71 (4)
        Creating a folder structure                71 (1)
        Using Adobe Bridge                         72 (2)
        Renaming image files easily                74 (1)
      Printing Your Images                         75 (8)
        Cropping to a specific aspect ratio        76 (2)
        Remembering resolution                     78 (1)
        Controlling color using File Print         79 (2)
        Considering color management solutions     81 (1)
        Printing alternatives                      82 (1)
      Sharing Your Images                          83 (2)
        Creating PDFs and websites                 83 (1)
        E-mailing your images                      84 (1)
  Part II Easy Enhancements for Digital Images     85 (118)
    Chapter 5 Adding Dark Shadows and Sparkling    87 (20)
    Highlights
      Adjusting Tonality to Make Your Images Pop   88 (1)
      Histograms Simplified                        88 (4)
      Using Photoshop's Auto Corrections           92 (1)
      Levels and Curves and You                    93 (8)
        Level-headed you!                          95 (2)
        Tonal corrections with the eyedroppers     97 (1)
        Adjusting your curves without dieting      98 (3)
      Grabbing Even More Control                   101(6)
        Using Shadow/Highlight                     102(3)
        Changing exposure after the fact           105(1)
        Using Photoshop's toning tools             105(2)
    Chapter 6 Making Color Look Natural            107(28)
      What Is Color in Photoshop?                  107(7)
        Color modes, models, and depths            108(6)
        Recording color in your image              114(1)
      Making Color Adjustments in Photoshop        114(18)
        Watching the Histogram and Info panels     116(1)
        Choosing color adjustment commands         116(15)
        Manual corrections in individual           131(1)
        channels
      The People Factor: Flesh Tone Formulas       132(3)
    Chapter 7 The Adobe Camera Raw 7 Plug-In       135(26)
      Understanding the Raw Facts                  135(4)
        What's the big deal about Raw?             137(1)
        Working in Raw                             138(1)
      Do You Have What It Takes?                   139(1)
      Working in the Camera Raw Plug-In            140(21)
        Tools and preview options                  140(6)
        The histogram                              146(1)
        The preview area                           147(1)
        Workflow Options and presets               148(2)
        The Basic panel                            150(3)
        The Detail panel                           153(2)
        HSL, grayscale, and split toning           155(2)
        Compensating with Lens Corrections         157(1)
        Adding special effects                     158(1)
        Camera profiles, presets, and snapshots    159(1)
        The Camera Raw buttons                     159(2)
    Chapter 8 Fine-Tuning Your Fixes               161(28)
      What Is a Selection?                         162(2)
      Feathering and Anti-Aliasing                 164(2)
      Making Your Selections with Tools            166(8)
        Marquee selection tools                    166(3)
        Lasso selection tools                      169(2)
        The Quick Selection tool                   171(1)
        The Magic Wand tool                        172(1)
        Refine Edge                                172(2)
      Your Selection Commands                      174(7)
        The primary selection commands             175(1)
        The Color Range command                    176(1)
        Selection modification commands            177(1)
        Transforming the shape of selections       178(1)
        Edit in Quick Mask mode                    179(1)
        The mask-related selection commands        180(1)
      Masks: Not Just for Halloween Anymore        181(3)
        Saving and loading selections              181(1)
        Editing an alpha channel                   182(1)
        Adding masks to layers and Smart Objects   183(1)
        Masking with vector paths                  184(1)
      Adjustment Layers: Controlling Changes       184(5)
        Adding an adjustment layer                 185(1)
        Limiting your adjustments                  186(3)
    Chapter 9 Common Problems and Their Cures      189(14)
      Making People Prettier                       190(4)
        Getting the red out...digitally            190(1)
        The digital fountain of youth              191(1)
        Dieting digitally                          192(2)
        De-glaring glasses                         194(1)
        Whitening teeth                            194(1)
      Reducing Noise in Your Images                194(2)
        Decreasing digital noise                   195(1)
        Eliminating luminance noise                195(1)
      Fooling Around with Mother Nature            196(7)
        Removing the unwanted from photos          196(4)
        Eliminating the lean; Fixing perspective   200(2)
        Rotating images precisely                  202(1)
  Part III Creating "Art" in Photoshop             203(130)
    Chapter 10 Combining Images                    205(16)
      Compositing Images: 1 + 1 = 1                205(9)
        Understanding layers                       206(1)
        Why you should use Smart Objects           207(1)
        Using the basic blending modes             208(3)
        Opacity, transparency, and layer masks     211(1)
        Creating clipping groups                   212(1)
        Making composited elements look natural    213(1)
      Making Complex Selections                    214(2)
      Vanishing Point                              216(4)
      Creating Panoramas with Photomerge           220(1)
    Chapter 11 Precision Edges with Vector Paths   221(22)
      Pixels, Paths, and You                       222(1)
      Easy Vectors: Using Shapes                   223(8)
        Your basic shape tools                     224(2)
        The Custom Shape tool                      226(1)
        More custom shapes --- free!               226(2)
        Changing the appearance of a shape         228(1)
        Simulating a multicolor shape layer        229(2)
      Using Your Pen Tool to Create Paths          231(7)
        Understanding paths                        231(1)
        Clicking and dragging your way down the    232(2)
        path of knowledge
        A closer look at the Paths panel           234(4)
      Customizing Any Path                         238(5)
        Adding, deleting, and moving anchor        238(2)
        points
        Combining paths                            240(1)
        Tweaking type for a custom font            241(2)
    Chapter 12 Dressing Up Images with Layer       243(20)
    Styles
      What Are Layer Styles?                       243(2)
      Using the Styles Panel                       245(2)
      Creating Custom Layer Styles                 247(14)
        Exploring the Layer Style menu             247(1)
        Exploring the Layer Style dialog box       248(2)
        Layer effects basics                       250(8)
        Opacity, fill, and advanced blending       258(3)
      Saving Your Layer Styles                     261(2)
        Adding styles to the Style panel           261(1)
        Preserving your layer styles               262(1)
    Chapter 13 Giving Your Images a Text Message   263(24)
      Making a Word Worth a Thousand Pixels        264(14)
        A type tool for every season, or reason    266(1)
        What are all those options?                267(3)
        Taking control of your text with panels    270(4)
        The panel menus --- even more options      274(2)
        Working with Styles                        276(1)
        Putting a picture in your text             277(1)
      Creating Paragraphs with Type Containers     278(5)
        Selecting alignment or justification       281(1)
        Ready, BREAK! Hyphenating your text        282(1)
      Shaping Up Your Language with Warp Text      283(4)
      and Type on a Path
        Applying the predefined warps              283(1)
        Customizing the course with paths          284(3)
    Chapter 14 Painting in Photoshop               287(24)
      Discovering Photoshop's Painting Tools       288(5)
        Painting with the Brush tool               290(2)
        Adding color with the Pencil tool          292(1)
        Removing color with the Eraser tool        292(1)
      Working with Panels and Selecting Colors     293(6)
        An overview of options                     293(3)
        Creating and saving custom brush tips      296(1)
        Picking a color                            297(2)
      Integrating Your iPad into Your Painting     299(4)
      Workflow
        Expressing yourself with PS Express        299(1)
        Using Adobe Nav                            300(1)
        Getting colorful with Color Lava           301(1)
        Easing your way into Eazel                 302(1)
        Connecting with Photoshop                  302(1)
      Fine Art Painting with Specialty Brush       303(4)
      Tips and the Mixer Brush
        Exploring erodible brush tips              303(1)
        Introducing airbrush and watercolor tips   304(1)
        Mixing things up with the Mixer Brush      305(2)
      Filling, Stroking, Dumping, and Blending     307(4)
      Colors
        Deleting and dumping to add color          307(1)
        Using gradients                            308(3)
    Chapter 15 Filters: The Fun Side of            311(22)
    Photoshop
      Smart Filters: Your Creative Insurance       311(2)
      Policy
      The Filters You Really Need                  313(11)
        Sharpening to focus the eye                313(1)
        Unsharp Mask                               314(1)
        Smart Sharpen                              315(1)
        Blurring images and selections             316(2)
        The other Blur filters                     318(2)
        Correcting for the vagaries of lenses      320(3)
        Cleaning up with Reduce Noise              323(1)
      Getting Creative and Artistic                324(4)
        Photo to painting with the Oil Paint       325(1)
        filter
        Working with the Filter Gallery            326(2)
      Push, Pull, and Twist with Liquify           328(2)
      Do I Need Those Other Filters?               330(3)
        Adding drama with Lighting Effects         331(1)
        Bending and bubbling                       331(1)
        Creating clouds                            332(1)
  Part IV Power Photoshop                          333(38)
    Chapter 16 Streamlining Your Work in           335(22)
    Photoshop
      Ready, Set, Action!                          336(7)
        Recording your own Actions                 337(4)
        Working with the Batch command             341(2)
        Creating contact sheets and                343(1)
        presentations
      Sticking to the Script                       343(2)
      Adding Extensions to Photoshop               345(1)
      Tooling around in Bridge                     346(2)
      Creating Fancy PDF Presentations and         348(5)
      Multi-Page PDFs
        Creating a PDF presentation                348(3)
        Collecting thumbnails in a contact sheet   351(2)
        Saving paper with picture packages         353(1)
      Creating Web Galleries                       353(4)
    Chapter 17 Working with Video and Animation    357(14)
      Importing and Enhancing Video Clips          357(9)
        Getting video into Photoshop               358(2)
        Adjusting the length of video and audio    360(1)
        clips
        Adding adjustment layers and painting      361(1)
        on video layers
        Transitioning, titling, and adding         362(3)
        special effects
        Transforming video layers                  365(1)
        Rendering and exporting video              365(1)
      Creating Animations in Photoshop             366(5)
        Building frame-based animations            366(1)
        Creating frame content                     367(1)
        Tweening to create intermediary frames     368(1)
        Specifying frame rate                      369(1)
        Optimizing and saving your animation       370(1)
  Part V The Part of tens                          371(28)
    Chapter 18 Ten (or so} Things to Do with       373(10)
    Photoshop CS6 Extended
      Understanding Photoshop CS6 Extended         373(1)
      Using Smart Object Stack Modes               374(1)
      Working with 3D Artwork                      375(1)
      Creating 3D Objects                          376(1)
      Importing 3D Objects                         376(1)
      Rendering and Saving 3D Scenes               377(1)
      Measuring, Counting, and Analyzing Pixels    377(1)
      Measuring Length, Area, and More             377(1)
      Calculating with Vanishing Point             378(1)
      Counting Crows or Maybe Avian Flu            379(1)
      Viewing Your DICOM Medical Records           380(1)
      Ignoring MATLAB                              381(2)
    Chapter 19 Ten Reasons to Love Your Wacom      383(6)
    Tablet
      More Natural Movement                        383(1)
      Health and Safely                            383(1)
      Artistic Control                             383(1)
      Extended Comfort                             384(1)
      Programmable Express Keys, Touch Rings,      385(1)
      and Touch Strips
      The Optimal Tablet                           385(1)
      The Pen's Switch                             385(1)
      Setting Preferences                          386(1)
      The Accessories                              386(1)
      Cintiq for the Ultimate Control              387(2)
    Chapter 20 Ten Things to Know about HDR        389(10)
      Understanding What HDR Is                    389(1)
      Capturing (or Merge to HDR Pro               390(1)
      Preparing Raw "Exposures" in Camera Raw      391(1)
      Working with Merge to HDR Pro                392(3)
      Saving 32-Bit HDR Images                     395(1)
      HDR Toning                                   395(1)
      Painting and the Color Picker in 32-Bit      396(1)
      Filters and Adjustments in 32-Bit            396(1)
      Selections and Editing in 32-Bit             397(1)
      Printing HDR Images                          397(2)
Index                                              399
 

The bestselling guide to the leading image-editing software, Photoshop CS6, fully updated! Want picture-perfect photos, every time? Get up to speed on the most popular professional photo-editing software on the market: Photoshop. In this new edition of Photoshop CS6 For Dummies , expert Peter Bauer shows you how to use the latest Photoshop tools to change a background, adjust brightness, improve color, or fix flaws. Richly illustrated in full color, this edition covers all the updates in Photoshop CS6, the gold standard for image-editing programs. Used by professional photographers, graphic designers, Web designers, and serious hobbyists, Photoshop has more than four million users worldwide.Photoshop is the image-editing software preferred by professional photographers and designers around the world; the latest version includes new functionality and enhanced tools Teaches all the basics for first-time users and advanced techniques for more experienced digital imaging professionals, including how to work with the menus, panels, tools, options, and essential shortcuts Covers how to fix red-eye, remove blemishes and wrinkles, remove people or objects from a photo, adjust brightness, improve color, add shadows and highlights, work with Camera Raw, decrease digital noise, create composite images, use channels and masks, work with HDR tools, and optimize images for the web Photoshop CS6 For Dummies helps both amateur and professional Photoshop users take advantage of all the program has to offer.

Contents
Introduction 1 Part IWelcome to Photoshop! 9 Chapter 2: Knowing Just Enough about Digital Images 21 Chapter 3: Taking the Chef's Tour of Your Photoshop Kitchen 41 Chapter 4: Getting Images into and out of Photoshop 63 Part II: Easy Enhancements for Digital Images 85 Chapter 5: Adding Dark Shadows and Sparkling Highlights 87 Chapter 6: Making Color Look Natural 107 Chapter 7: The Adobe Camera Raw 7 Plug-In 135 Chapter 8: Fine-Tuning Your Fixes 161 Chapter 9: Common Problems and Their Cures 189 Part III: Creating "Art" in Photoshop 203 Chapter 10: Combining Images 205 Chapter 11: Precision Edges with Vector Paths 221 Chapter 12: Dressing Up Images with Layer Styles 243 Chapter 13: Giving Your Images a Text Message 263 Chapter 14: Painting in Photoshop 287 Chapter 15: Filters: The Fun Side of Photoshop 311 Part IV: Power Photoshop 333 Chapter 16: Streamlining Your Work in Photoshop 335 Chapter 17: Working with Video and Animation 357 Part V: The Part of Tens 371 Chapter 18: Ten (or so) Things to Do with Photoshop CS6 Extended 373 Chapter 19: Ten Reasons to Love Your Wacom Tablet 383 Chapter 20: Ten Things to Know about HDR 389 Index 399