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Focal Press

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Burlington, Massachusetts 01803

United States

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Focal Press has been a leading publisher of media technology books for 75 years. Focal Press provides essential resources for professionals and students in many areas including: film and digital video production, photography, digital imaging, graphics, an ... more

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Richard Lynch Richard Lynch has written seven books on Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, including his bestselling Hidden Power series. A photographer, designer, editor, and web developer, he writes for PC Photo, Popular Photography, Digital Photographer and Digital Photography Techniques. He teaches image editing and photography courses at, and he is a beta test for Adobe Photoshop.

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Richard Lynch Focal Press: The Adobe Photoshop Layers Book: Harnessing Photoshop's Most Powerful Tool, covers Photoshop CS3

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Author(s): Richard LynchPublisher: Focal Press; Pap/Cdr edition

Discover the best ways to showcase your talent with the full power of layers from best-selling author/digital image specialist Richard Lynch.Learn what layers can do for you as an integral part of organizing image development, creating and storing image versions with nondestructive editing, and promoting a positive workflow.Timeless, not version specific, this book will help you take layers to a new level to increase your efficiency and produce better end results, whatever release of the software you use.Step-by-step instructions and practical examples illustrate how to Dont make your work harder than it needs to be when you can use layers to control any adjustment using multiple forms of blending concurrently transparency, clipping, opacity/fill, masking, modes, channel targeting, Blend If, and styles.Author Richard Lynch is a photographer, designer, editor, web developer, and author of the popular Hidden Powers series on Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.He also writes for PCPhoto, Popular Photography, Digital Photographer, and Digital Photography Techniques. * Leverage layer power to correct and enhance color, fix problems in composition, repair damage or flaws, and isolate image areas for changes, adjustments and experimental concepts * Incorporate layers in a workflow that extracts the maximum from your camera, exploits the potential in every image and helps you organize your perceptions and ideas according to your unique vision * Recombine layers to form new images in a nondestructive process that preserves both the original image and intermediate layers for further editing - or tomorrow's inspirations * Dip into the accompanying CD with a robust library and presets of practice images.Create your own set of favorite composition techniques Review Praise for author's previous books: Hidden Power of Photoshop Elements 4 Review 1: 'As a "collectionner" of the best Photoshop books on the market I must recommend this excellent book from Richard Lynch to all the digital photographers among us.Other reviewers explained the content of the book in detail so I won't do the same,I can only agree their comments!This book is not for beginners, but if you want to understand how "digital photography" sees the real world and how a camera or a scanner tranlate all what you see in the digital format then this book is for you.Lynch is a real PRO and takes the patience to explain ALL the hidden secrets behind this tremendous Adobe's software.This is a cheap investment for YEARS believe me; you'll learn on your own pace the multiple facets of "seeing images" like a photographer and by following the exercises and explanations of the 11 chapters (take your time to re-read from time to time and practice,practice ... )you NEVER take photos the same way you did before!The greatest bonus is the companion cd with all the hidden tools(above 100 and the images used in the book).Richard Lynch has given us an enormous homework to do but it's worth more than any training course that costs you a hundred of bucks!Terrific,awesome,well explained,I can't find words enough to recommend this book.' Review 2: 'the book is full of invaluable advice.Workflow, separations, masking ...The combination of Elements 4 with the book and tools covers all my expectations for a dedicated amateur.And yes, I like shooting raw, taking advantage of 16 bits,black and white ... and I have still much too learn from the book!' Review 3: 'It's an advanced book that does provide you with information about hidden features, undocumented capabilities, and things you never thought of doing with Photoshop Elements 4.As the program itself is based on Photoshop CS, there are lots of things to reveal, and Lynch does a good job of presenting them in a clear and concise way.' Praise for Hidden Power of PS Elements 3: Review 1: 'This book provides great information on digital color reproduction and alteration.The book has many good examples for teaching techniques for digital photographic enhancement using Elements 3.The plug-ins are great!Well worth the $$ Best book I,ve found on digital imagery and Elements 3.' Review 2: 'I wish I could give more stars to this book....The book is written almost like a text book.I found the lessons to be deep, but the text to be very well written and very concise.Mr. Lynch writes to teach and not to show how much he knows (although this is quite evident by reading the book).The book is not just how to use the tools supplied in Photoshop Elements 3, but is about obtaining a deep understanding of the makeup of an image and how to manipulate the image with the knowledge.Extremely impressive.At this price, it really is a gift from Richard Lynch!

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