Scott Kelby PS CS2

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  1. SR1

    SR1 TPF Noob!

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    Hi,

    I'm totally interested in Photoshop CS2.
    I just know how to use some of the possibilities of PS, but when I see some of your photoshoped shots I really wish to learn more about...

    It's not that I just want to cheat and do unrealistic things with it...
    I want to use it as a help to improve the shot's quality...

    So my question is:
    Can you recommend Scott Kelby's << Photoshop CS2 For Digital Photography >> ?
    I mean the price is not that low ( &#8364; 49,99 ) and I just want to get sure I buy the right one....

    Thanks for replies...
    Pat
     
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    Scott Kelby is good! :thumbup:
     
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    I have this book and it is my textbook for using photoshop. A note should be made that this book is for complete beginners. I had never used photoshop before when I bought this book. I am now able to use it and do a few tricks. This is an excellent book and if you are just getting into PS it's is the ticket. BUY THIS ONE

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    I have this book and it is an excellent reference, I would also recommend his other books for general Photoshop tips n tricks. Even though I'm a member of NAPP this is an unbiast review :)
     
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    There's also many, many tutorials online to use photoshop. Not only are there tutorials for manipulating pictures, there's tutorial's about touching up photos too. I learned PS by just gaining experience by using it a lot. Good luck!!
     
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    thanks for the fast replies....also found some tutorials online, but i prefer a book, so i can read whenever-wherever i want....

    ordered Kelby's book now via amazon....hope it receives soon...:mrgreen:

    thanks.....
    pat
     

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