Series: Professional Studio Techniques

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Design Essentials by Luanne Seymour Cohen
Design Essentials with Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop by Adobe Press
Imaging Essentials by Luanne Seymour Cohen
Production Essentials by Diane Tapscott
Web Design Essentials by Maria Giudice

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  4. Print Publishing: A Hayden Shop Manual by Donnie O'Quinn (2000)
  5. Adobe(R) Master Class: Design Invitational by Deke McClelland (2002)
  6. The Design Collection Revealed: Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator CS6 (Adobe CS6) by Chris Botello (2011)
  7. Graphic Design Portfolio-Builder: Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator Projects by Sessions.edu (2006)
  8. The Photoshop Anthology: 101 Web Design Tips, Tricks & Techniques by Corrie Haffly (2006)
  9. Bert Monroy: Photorealistic Techniques with Photoshop & Illustrator by Bert Monroy (2000)
  10. Sams Teach Yourself Adobe Creative Suite 3 All in One by Mordy Golding (2007)
  11. Illustrator 10 for Windows & Macintosh by Elaine Weinmann (2002)
  12. designing web graphics.4, Fourth Edition by Lynda Weinman (2003)
  13. Photoshop 7 Killer Tips by Scott Kelby (2002)
  14. Adobe Creative Suite All-in-One Desk Reference for Dummies by Jennifer Smith (2004)
  15. The Graphic Designer's Digital Toolkit: A Project-Based Introduction to Adobe Photoshop CS5, Illustrator CS5 & InDesign CS5 by Allan Wood (2004)

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