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Mastering Photoshop 5.5 by Matt Straznitskas

Mastering Photoshop 5.5

by Matt Straznitskas

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Photoshop 5.5 incorporates Adobe's ImageReady graphics software, extending Photoshop's capabilities beyond print and making it a comprehensive Web tool with animation and batch processing capabilities. Everyone working on the Web, from professionals to hobbyists putting up their first personal Web page, needs to learn Photoshop. This book takes an in-depth look at the unique issues designers face when manipulating files for the Web. It also highlights the work of 10 Web gurus and provides real-world tips on working as a Web designer. The full-color insert features work from top Web designers, a Web color-safe palette, and examples showcasing Photoshop's Web features.

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