Great Post Processing Book

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  1. erewnoh

    erewnoh TPF Noob!

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    So I picked up the adobe photosho0p cs3 book for digital photographers and I must say that I'm really happy with it so far. It goes into detail about not just the theory behind certain adjustments, but the how to, how much (if there is a certain "how much") and why.

    My earlier post about how to convert to black and white.... I found several different ways to do it in the book, and found out my favorite way is using calculations. Tons of useful info in the book, just thought I'd pass it on.

    I'll post some PP photos soon showing some of the techniques I've learned.
     
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    Welcome aboard and we'd love to see them!
     
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    ann No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    you sang the praise of an "unknown" book. what was it?
     
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    Adobe Photoshop CS3 for Digital Photographers by Scott Kelby is the book. Still doing up a batch of photos to upload.
     

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