Photoshop Basic Training for Architects

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  1. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Get This One and Keep It Next to Your Workstation or Computer!, August 11, 2011
    By 
    Ken McFarland
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Photoshop Basic Training for Architects (Kindle Edition)

    I’m not an architect, but as an editor-designer, I use Photoshop regularly. Photoshop Basic Training for Architects, while targeting the specialized needs of architects, is packed with truly useful information for anyone who uses Photoshop and wants to “up their game.”

    This book not only contains great content – tips, suggestions, examples, “how-to’s” – but not surprisingly, reflects a designer’s touch in its own layout and design. Just moving through its pages is a visual pleasure.

    Current-generation Kindle owners may not get the full benefit of the abundant color throughout the book, but that shouldn’t deter anyone from purchasing it. For one thing, Kindle books already appear in color when using Amazon’s free Kindle for PC or Kindle for Mac applications (reading apps also available for iPad, iPhone, and Droid). And just this week, Amazon came out with its Kindle Cloud Reader, so you can read Kindle books in your browser. Finally, it’s an open secret that Amazon is working hard on introducing it’s own next-generation color Kindle.

    Enough on the Kindle stuff, though! What I really want here is to encourage you to add this excellent Photoshop guide to any others you may have. Author Dan Fargo, whose high-ranked website […] is itself a goldmine of architecture and web design info, has put together in this book a focused, concentrated array of useful help for any Photoshop user – from newbie to old pro.

    After sections on Photoshop’s tools and on basic photo editing, Dan lets readers look over his shoulder as he applies his approaches to a “live” project – a case study that makes learning his ideas a slam dunk.

    The book closes with a section on resources and recommended tools. I found several links here that I bookmarked to explore soon. I’ve been using Photoshop since it first came out, and even so, I learned some immensely useful new techniques in this book. If you do yourself the favor of getting it, so will you!

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