Adobe Photoshop Master Class
Adobe Press, 2000 - 324 oldal
The personal vision of internationally recognized fine-art photographer John Paul Caponigro serves as the focal point of this book. Readers gain insight into Caponigro's creative process and learn how Photoshop can help them develop their own aesthetic and craft. By showcasing his work and carefully explaining the steps he took to produce it, the author provides insight into both his creative method and his Photoshop techniques. Each chapter in this elegantly designed, four-color book is organized around a specific visual theme (atmospheric perspective, selective focus, and split-toned or subdued-color images, for example). Chapters begin with an introduction to the visual concept, followed by a step-by-step illustration of the process leading to its realization. This book is a visual treat and an inspiration.
-- Inspiring Photoshop work by internationally exhibited artist and teacher
-- Procedural illustrations provide insight into the artist's creative process and technique
-- No silly stunts or effects for the heck of it -- just serious techniques for realizing your creative potential
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ESSENTIAL CHAPTERS 1 4
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achieve Adobe alpha channel angle areas artifacts atmospheric perspective black point black-and-white blue Blur brush CMYK Color Balance color correction color management color space composite contrast create curve dark darken depth of field displacement map distortion dodging and burning dot gain Duotone duplicate dynamic range edge effect exposure favor film filter focus Gamma gradient mask gray highlights histogram Hue/Saturation ICC profile increase Lasso tool layer layer mask lens flare Levels lightening look method mode modify monitor motion move multiple multitones object opacity Option key output paint palette photographs Photoshop pixels plane printer reflections relationships retouching RGB color space saturation scan scanner selection separate shadows sharpening slider soft specific surface symmetry technique texture things tion tonal tone tool transformations transitions transparent Unsharp Mask values viewer visual white point