"Adobe Photoshop 1001 Tips" is a creative compilation of advice and information from designers, illustrators, and programmers covers on the bestselling photo manipulation software product. Organized in a dictionary-like format of individual tips, the book is perfect for both beginner and experienced Photoshop users. Readers can work through the book from beginning to end, building their skills and knowledge as they go, or simply look up the tip you need at the moment to get the most out of Photoshop as while using the program.
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Andy Anderson combiners a rare blend of technical and communications skills, seldom seen in a university professor. Formerly director a four-state college school system, he designed, wrote, and implemented curriculum dealing with compute science, graphics arts, and the Internet. He has authored over 17 major titles in creative design (including one science-fiction novel, and a cookbook), written numerous articles for magazines and newspapers, appeared on NBC news as a computer consultant, and produced over 50 training CD’s and DVD’s. Andy uses his unique talents to work with and train designers from Fortune 500 companies to Hollywood studios. He is the owner of One-of-a-Kind Productions, Inc, a company specializing in speeches, advertising, animation, and multi-media marketing and advertising. He holds several degrees including: science, education, and history. While considered one of the top designer/trainers in the United States, his creative drive does not stop there... his talents range into the culinary arts, where he honed his skills in Europe. His latest cookbook: Cooking with a Plan, Volume I: Back to the Kitchen, will be on bookshelves in the Summer of 2008. When he’s not touring the planet sharing his knowledge with other like-minded creative people, he enjoys staying at home in Wichita, Kansas, with his wonderful wife, Bonnie, and their two dogs: Herb Tarlic Jr. and Lovejoy. In the Spring and Summer months you can find him working on his next book or project, out by Koi pond, and staring at the fish, or teaching a creative cooking class. One of his favorite mottos is: Anything worth doing, is worth overdoing.
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