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Richard Lynch

Specialist In Photo Correction, Digital Design

Photoshop

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Photoshop

7807 18TH St. North

Saint Paul, Minnesota,55128

United States

Company Description

A: Because of what the Photoshop team produces and the level that they produce, it makes me want to do the best I can, and to push myself to keep up with those people who are the rock stars in pushing the envelope. You need to have the right team together, the...more

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Employment History

Director

Element Domes


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RetouchPRO

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The Hidden Power of Photoshop Elements 2

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The Hidden Power of Photoshop Elements 2 by Richard Lynch


Photoshop CS

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Richard Lynch - Richard Lynch will publish The Hidden Power of Photoshop CS in 2003 for advanced Photoshop use.
Richard Lynch- There are several welcome additions in the Photoshop CS package. Richard Lynch- For those starting out, there is a tendency to think it is OK to lower the bar for shooting original images or in scanning because you can just "Photoshop it". Richard Lynch - I am sure there will be mention of the Shadow/Highlight control here by other experts to create changes in exposure. Richard Lynch- Data-driven development, Flash exports and conditional actions are very powerful new tools that enable users to do things you just couldn't do before in Photoshop or Image Ready. Richard Lynch- Photoshop CS is a far more desirable and significant upgrade than PS7 was in that it takes on a lot of bigger, biting enhancements to make for a more powerful tool for professionals. Richard Lynch - I have heard several complaints about "activation hooey", having to do with Adobe's choice to require program activation for Photoshop CS (BTW for those who didn't know, Adobe has released what amounts to PS8 in a package called Photoshop CS-just 'released' but not shipping).


The Hidden Power of Photoshop Elements 2

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The Hidden Power of Photoshop Elements 2 by Richard Lynch


The Hidden Power of Photoshop Elements - Richard Lynch

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Richard Lynch, Hidden Power Author
Richard Lynch is the author of The Hidden Power of Photoshop Elements books for Elements 2, 3 and 4. He has provided free/trial tools for all versions of Elements (1-5) and has also written several books on Photoshop, including: The Hidden Power of Photoshop CS, Special Edition Using Photoshop 6 and Adobe Photoshop 5 How-To. Richard has written for various photography and computer magazines, including Popular Photography, PCPhoto, Digital Photography Techniques, and many more. He teaches courses in digital image editing online at betterphoto.com, and has taught at several colleges, including Daemen College and Niagara University in NY. The Teacher Richard continues to educate through books, online, and personally, through the web, on college campuses, in speaking engagements and in private or group consultation. If you have questions about seminars, personal training or appearances, please contact Richard directly: thebookdoc@aol.com or 716-691-2800 x.116. [This is not a tech support line, please use this number only for business purposes.] Richard was involved with photography and the darkroom from a young age, and was introduced to image scanning, digital art and pixel manipulation in the mid 1980s. After years of dabbling with digital animation and rudimentary image editing programs on Mac and PC to create art and logos in black-and-white and color, Richard started working with digital images full-time in 1992 as an editor and image technician at a small how-to photography book publisher, using Photoshop 2.5. Working closely with printers and imaging services for the next 5 years, he developed an intimate knowledge of the application of digital images, and a streamlined workflow for image adjustment and correction for black-and-white and color images going into print. These concentrated years in digital design and image development trenches -- making critical adjustments to images for print -- serve as the basis for the no-nonsense techniques Richard uses in his books, techniques and courses on image editing. Richard continues to use Photoshop and Photoshop Elements daily, continues to do freelance work as a consultant in imaging and image editing, and continues to develop new tools and techniques for users of Photoshop and Elements. His goal is to help users simplify image processing and clarify how to use difficult procedures and concepts in the daily workflow. His work with Photoshop Elements makes the program more robust by adding many features thought only to be in Photoshop via tools he has customized for Elements and Elements users. Contacting Richard There are several means of contacting Richard, either directly through his email address ( thebookdoc@aol.com), or via any one of a number of image editing forums, discussion lists and newsgroups that he frequents. He will answer email as time and volume allow.


The Adobe Photoshop Layers Book - Contact Richard Lynch

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Richard Lynch, the author of The Adobe Photoshop Layers Book, can be contacted directly via his email address: richard@photoshopcs.com
Please do contact him with any and all questions, including pre-purchase questions, questions about techniques covered in books and tutorials, Questions about Photoshop and Elements, questions about his classes, queries about appearances and tutelage, or even to gab about digital cameras, digital imaging and photography. He tries to answer all his email. Please be sure to use the following Subject so your message does not get filtered as spam: Photoshop Query Other Contact Information Richard can be reached through a variety of means. Though email is often best, he can also be contacted through his Hidden Power forum on RetouchPro or his Yahoo! Group. Students and visitors can contact him through his messaging system on betterphoto.com. Copyright © 2007 Richard Lynch


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