Photoshop CC: The Missing Manual

Covers 2014 release
 
 
O'Reilly (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 14. August 2014
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  • 992 Seiten
 
E-Book | PDF mit Adobe-DRM | Systemvoraussetzungen
978-1-4919-0563-0 (ISBN)
 
Photoshop CC is an outstanding image editor, but it can be pretty overwhelming. This book makes learning Photoshop as easy as possible by explaining the hows and whys in a friendly, conversational style. Youll unlock Photoshops secrets, new goodies, and time-saving features, with expert tips and practical editing advice you can use every day.The important stuff you need to know:Learn your way around. Tour Photoshops workspace and learn how to customize it.Unleash the magic. Use selections, layers, masks, and smart objects to safely edit images; automate common chores with actions.Perfect your photos. Learn to crop, resize, color-correct, retouch, combine, and prepare photos for print or online use.Master color. Drain, change, and add color, and even create digital makeup, partial-color effects, and duotones.Be artistic. Use filters effectively, create illustrations, paintings, artistic typography, animations, and videos.Go 3D. Create and edit 3D objects and send them off to a 3D-printing service from inside Photoshop.Export web graphics. Use Generator to instantly export and resize imagesjust by using layer names.
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978-1-4919-0563-0 (9781491905630)
weitere Ausgaben werden ermittelt
  • Intro
  • Foreword
  • The Missing Credits
  • Introduction
  • What's New in Photoshop CC 2014
  • About This Book
  • About the Outline
  • For Photographers
  • The Very Basics
  • AboutTheseArrows
  • About the Online Resources
  • Missing CD
  • Registration
  • Feedback
  • Errata
  • Safari® Books Online
  • Part One: The Basics
  • Chapter 1: Photoshop CC Guided Tour
  • Meet the Application Frame
  • The Almighty Options Bar
  • Swapping Screen Modes
  • Changing Photoshop's Appearance
  • Working with Panels
  • Customizing Your Workspace
  • The Tools Panel
  • Common Panels
  • The Power of Undo
  • Changing How Far Back You Can Go
  • Turning Back Time with the History Panel
  • The History Brush
  • The Revert Command
  • Tweaking Photoshop's Preferences
  • General
  • Interface
  • Sync Settings
  • File Handling
  • Performance
  • Cursors
  • Transparency and Gamut
  • Units and Rulers
  • Guides, Grid, and Slices
  • Plug-Ins
  • Type
  • 3D
  • Experimental Features
  • Working with Presets
  • Sharing Presets
  • Chapter 2: Opening, Viewing, and Saving Files
  • Creating a New Document
  • Photoshop's Ready-Made Documents
  • Setting Size and Resolution
  • Choosing a Color Mode
  • Choosing a Background
  • Advanced Options
  • Saving Files
  • File Formats
  • Opening an Existing Document
  • The Open Dialog Box
  • Opening Multiple Files within a Single Document
  • Opening Files as Smart Objects
  • Opening Recent Files
  • Working with PDFs
  • Working with Scanned Images
  • Working with Raw Files
  • Duplicating Files
  • Changing Your View
  • Zooming In and Out
  • Moving Around in an Image
  • Getting Oriented with the Navigator Panel
  • Rotating Your Canvas
  • Arranging Open Images
  • Guides, Grids, and Rulers
  • Rulers and Guides
  • The Ruler Tool
  • Chapter 3: Layers: The Key to Nondestructive Editing
  • Layer Basics
  • The Layers Panel
  • Activating Layers
  • Creating Layers
  • Hiding and Showing Layers
  • Restacking Layers
  • Duplicating and Deleting Layers
  • Copying and Pasting Layers
  • Filling a Layer with Color
  • Tweaking a Layer's Opacity and Fill
  • Resizing and Rotating Layers
  • Moving and Aligning Layers
  • Managing Layers
  • Naming and Color-Coding Layers
  • Linking and Locking Layers
  • Grouping Layers
  • Layer Comps: Capturing Different Document Versions
  • Rasterizing Layers
  • Merging Layers
  • Layer Blending
  • Layer Masks: Digital Masking Tape
  • Adding Layer Masks
  • Using Layer Masks
  • Editing a Mask
  • Using Smart Objects
  • Creating Smart Objects
  • Managing Smart Objects
  • Layer Styles
  • Managing Layer Styles
  • The Styles Panel
  • Chapter 4: Selections: Choosing What to Edit
  • Selection Basics
  • Meet the Marching Ants
  • Selecting by Shape
  • The Rectangular and Elliptical Marquee Tools
  • The Single Row and Column Marquee Tools
  • The Vector Shape Tools
  • Selecting by Color
  • The Quick Selection Tool
  • The Magic Wand
  • The Color Range Command
  • The Background and Magic Erasers
  • Selecting Irregular Areas
  • The Lasso Tools
  • Selecting with Focus Area
  • Selecting with the Pen Tool
  • Creating Selections with Channels
  • Using the Selection Tools Together
  • Modifying Selections
  • Refining Edges
  • Fixing Edge Halos
  • Creating a Border Selection
  • Transforming a Selection
  • Using Quick Mask Mode
  • Moving Selections
  • Saving a Selection
  • Filling a Selection with Color
  • Stroking (Outlining) a Selection
  • Chapter 5: Understanding Channels
  • How Color Works
  • RGB Mode vs. CMYK Mode
  • The Channels Panel and You
  • Meet the Color Channels
  • RGB Channels
  • CMYK Channels
  • Spot Channels
  • Lab Channels
  • Multichannel Mode
  • Single-Channel Modes
  • The Mighty Alpha Channel
  • Creating an Alpha Channel
  • Editing Alpha Channels
  • Loading an Alpha Channel as a Selection
  • Deleting Alpha Channels
  • Basic Channel Stunts
  • Selecting Objects with Channels
  • Creating a Silhouette Effect
  • Lightening and Darkening Channels
  • Combining Channels
  • Sharpening Individual Channels
  • Part Two: Editing Images
  • Chapter 6: Cropping, Resizing, and Rotating
  • Cropping Images
  • The Rule of Thirds
  • Creative Cropping
  • The Crop Tool
  • Cropping with Selection Tools
  • Trimming Photos Down to Size
  • Cropping and Straightening Photos
  • Cropping and Straightening in Camera Raw
  • Resizing Images
  • Pixels and Resolution
  • The Mighty Image Size Dialog Box
  • Resizing Images for Print
  • Resizing for Email and the Web
  • Resizing Web Images for Print
  • Resizing Images for Presentations
  • Resizing Smart Objects
  • Automated Resizing with the Image Processor
  • Resizing the Canvas
  • Content-Aware Scaling
  • Rotating and Distorting
  • Simple Rotations
  • The Transformers
  • Chapter 7: Combining Images
  • Cut It Out
  • Pasting into a Selection
  • Sky Swapping
  • Fading Images Together
  • Soft Erasers
  • Soft Brushes and Layer Masks
  • Gradient Masks
  • Layer Blend Modes
  • Normal and Dissolve Blend Modes
  • Darken Blend Modes
  • Lighten Blend Modes
  • Lighting (Contrast) Blend Modes
  • Comparative Blend Modes
  • Composite Blend Modes
  • Hiding Backgrounds with Blending Sliders
  • Auto-Aligning Layers and Photomerge
  • Building Panoramas with Photomerge
  • Auto-Blending Layers
  • Cloning Between Documents
  • Combining Vectors and Rasters
  • Mapping One Image onto Another
  • Chapter 8: Draining, Changing, and Adding Color
  • Draining Color
  • Black & White Adjustment Layers
  • Gradient Map Adjustment Layers
  • The Lightness Channel
  • Going Grayscale in Camera Raw
  • Partial-Color Effect
  • Fading Color to Black and White
  • High-Contrast Black and White
  • The High-Key Effect
  • Delicious Duotones
  • Changing Color
  • Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layers
  • Hue Blend Mode
  • Selective Color Adjustment Layers
  • Replacing Color
  • Matching Colors
  • Photo Filter Adjustment Layers
  • Posterizing: Your Ticket to Cartoon Art
  • Inverting Colors
  • Adding Color
  • Colorizing Images
  • Adding Solid Blocks of Color
  • Building a Better Sunrise (or Sunset)
  • Adding Color to a Semi-Transparent Layer
  • Chapter 9: Correcting Color and Lighting
  • Lighting Basics
  • Quick Fixer-Uppers
  • Fixing Color
  • Fixing Lighting
  • Correcting Images in Camera Raw
  • Changing White Balance
  • Fixing Exposure
  • Making Colors Pop
  • Camera Raw's Adjustment Brush
  • Camera Raw's Graduated Filters
  • More Fun with Camera Raw
  • Using Levels
  • Histograms: Mountains of Information
  • The Levels Sliders
  • The Levels Eyedroppers
  • Correcting by the Numbers
  • Color-Correcting Skin
  • Working with Curves
  • Changing Contrast
  • Creating HDR Images
  • Making Colors Pop
  • Intensifying Colors
  • Adjusting Hue/Saturation
  • Adding Lab Pop
  • Rescuing the Unfixables
  • Chapter 10: Retouching, Removing, and Repositioning
  • The Great Healers
  • The Spot Healing Brush
  • Content-Aware Fill
  • The Healing Brush
  • The Patch Tool
  • Using the Clone Stamp Tool
  • Zapping Shines and Shadows
  • Removing an Object
  • Duplicating an Object
  • Whitening Teeth
  • Super Slimmers
  • Fixing Flabby Chins
  • Liquifying Bulges
  • Slimming with Free Transform
  • Skin Softeners
  • Selective Blur
  • Easy Glamour Glow
  • Softening Wrinkles with Faux Dodge and Burn
  • Show-Stopping Eyes
  • Lightening Eyes
  • Fixing Red-Eye
  • Fixing Animal White-Eye
  • Other Creative Madness
  • Repositioning with Content-Aware Move
  • Reshaping Objects with Puppet Warp
  • Warping with Perspective
  • Chapter 11: The Art of Sharpening
  • What Is Sharpening?
  • Basic Sharpening
  • Sharpening with Unsharp Mask
  • The Smart Sharpen Filter
  • Sharpening with the High Pass Filter
  • The Shake Reduction Filter
  • Sharpening Layered Files
  • Sharpening Part of an Image
  • Advanced Sharpening Techniques
  • Creating an Edge Mask
  • Sharpening in Camera Raw
  • Global Sharpening
  • Local Sharpening
  • Part Three: The Artistic Side of Photoshop
  • Chapter 12: Painting in Photoshop
  • Color Theory: The Basics
  • Choosing a Color Scheme
  • Using a Color Wheel
  • Other Color Scheme-Generating Tools
  • Choosing Individual Colors
  • The Color Picker
  • The Eyedropper Tool
  • Loading Color Libraries
  • The Swatches Panel
  • The Color Panel
  • (Re)Introducing the Brush Tool
  • Controlling the Brush Cursor's Appearance
  • Meet the Mixer Brush
  • Painting from Scratch
  • Loading More Built-in Brushes
  • Customizing Brushes
  • Brush Panel Settings
  • Suggested Brush Customizations
  • Defining a New Brush
  • Sharing and Installing New Brushes
  • Chapter 13: Drawing with the Vector Tools
  • Photoshop's Drawing Modes
  • Drawing Paths with the Pen Tool
  • Drawing Straight Paths
  • Drawing Curved Paths
  • Converting Anchor Points
  • Path Drawing Tips
  • Saving Paths
  • Drawing with the Shape Tools
  • Using the Shape Tools
  • Drawing Multiple Shapes on One Layer
  • Using Custom Shapes
  • Editing Paths
  • Adding, Deleting, and Converting Points
  • Activating and Moving Paths
  • Making Paths Intersect
  • Adding a Stroke to a Path
  • Filling a Path
  • Making Selections and Masks with Paths
  • Making a Path from a Selection
  • Making a Clipping Path
  • Using Vector Masks
  • Chapter 14: Creating Artistic Text
  • Typography 101
  • The Face of Type
  • Meet Adobe Typekit
  • Creating and Editing Text
  • Point Text vs. Paragraph Text
  • Moving Text
  • Highlighting Text
  • Resizing Text
  • Creating a Hollow Text Selection
  • Creating Text on a Path
  • Creating Text Inside a Path
  • Warping Text
  • Using Find and Replace
  • Formatting Text
  • Formatting with the Options Bar
  • The Character Panel
  • The Paragraph Panel
  • Special Text Effects
  • Faded Text
  • Stroked Text
  • Texturizing Text
  • Placing a Photo Inside Text
  • Converting Text to a Shape
  • More Typographic Resources
  • Chapter 15: The Wide World of Filters
  • The Joy of Smart Filters
  • A Filters Tour
  • Adaptive Wide Angle
  • Camera Raw Filter
  • Lens Correction
  • Liquify
  • Vanishing Point
  • Artistic
  • Blur
  • Blur Gallery
  • Path Blur
  • Spin Blur
  • Brush Strokes
  • Distort
  • Noise
  • Pixelate
  • Render
  • Sharpen
  • Sketch
  • Stylize
  • Texture
  • Video
  • Other
  • Digimarc
  • Browse Filters Online
  • Part Four: Printing and the Web
  • Chapter 16: Photoshop and Print
  • The Challenge of WYSIWYG Printing
  • Understanding Color Gamuts and Profiles
  • Calibrating Your Monitor
  • Resizing and Formatting Files
  • Printer-Friendly File Formats
  • Resizing and Saving as a TIFF
  • Resizing and Saving as a PDF
  • Printing on an Inkjet Printer
  • Printing on a Commercial Offset Press
  • Converting RGB Images to CMYK by Using Built-In Profiles
  • Custom RGB to CMYK Profile Conversions
  • Using Spot Color
  • Printing Duotone (Multitonal) Images
  • Printing Color Separations
  • Proofing Images Onscreen
  • Printing Proofs
  • Printing on a Digital Press
  • Printing RGB Images on a Digital Press
  • Printing CMYK Images on a Digital Press
  • Printing Spot Colors on a Digital Press
  • Printing Multiple Images
  • PDF Presentation
  • Contact Sheet II
  • Recap: Stress-Free Printing Tips
  • Chapter 17: Photoshop and the Web
  • Creating Web- and Email-Friendly Images
  • Resizing Images
  • Choosing the Best File Format
  • Saving and Compressing Files
  • Animating a GIF
  • Editing Your Animation
  • Saving Your Animation
  • Designing a Website Favicon
  • Creating Web Page Mockups and Image Maps
  • Slicing an Image
  • Modifying Slices
  • Saving Slices
  • Exporting Web Graphics with Generator
  • Setting Generator Defaults
  • Turning Generator Off
  • Protecting Your Images Online
  • Embedding Copyright Info
  • Watermarking Images
  • Building Online Photo Galleries
  • Part Five: Photoshop Power
  • Chapter 18: Working Smarter with Actions
  • The Actions Panel
  • Using Actions
  • Running Actions on a Folder
  • Recording Actions
  • Recording a Conditional Action
  • Managing Actions
  • Editing Actions
  • Creating Droplets
  • Sharing Actions
  • Loading Actions
  • Saving Actions as an External Set
  • Chapter 19: Beyond Photoshop: Plug-Ins
  • Adding and Removing Plug-Ins
  • Managing Plug-Ins
  • Noise Reducers
  • Noiseware
  • Dfine
  • Photo Ninja (formerly Noise Ninja)
  • Making Selections and Masking
  • Fluid Mask
  • Perfect Mask
  • Correcting and Enhancing Color
  • Viveza
  • Color Efex Pro
  • Perfect Portrait
  • Miscellaneous Plug-Ins
  • Silver Efex Pro
  • Perfect Resize
  • HDR Efex Pro
  • Eye Candy
  • Dashboard Pro
  • Chapter 20: Photoshop and Video
  • Creating Your First Video Project
  • Using Video Document Presets
  • Opening and Importing Video Clips
  • Meet the Timeline Panel
  • Editing Video
  • Changing Clip Length
  • Adding Transitions
  • Splitting and Trimming Video Clips
  • Adding Text, Logos, and Still Images
  • Adding and Controlling Audio
  • Animating Objects and Effects
  • Adding and Deleting Keyframes
  • Editing and Copying Keyframes
  • Choosing an Interpolation Method
  • Warping Text
  • Animating Masks
  • Rotoscoping and Onion Skins
  • Global Lighting
  • Adding Comments
  • Adding Fill and Adjustment Layers
  • Adding a Color Tint
  • Changing Fill and Adjustment Layers' Duration
  • Adding Layer Styles
  • Using Smart Filters with Video
  • Cloning and Healing
  • Exporting Videos
  • Using Your Project in Other Video Editors
  • Additional Video Resources
  • Chapter 21: Working with 3D Objects
  • 3D Basics
  • Photoshop's 3D Environment
  • Creating a 3D Postcard
  • Moving Objects in 3D Space
  • Working with the Camera
  • 3D Text and Shapes
  • Creating 3D Text
  • Creating 3D Shapes
  • Wrapping Art around Basic Shapes
  • Importing 3D Models and Materials
  • Making a 3D Object from a Depth Map
  • Making a 3D Object from a Medical Scan
  • Editing 3D Objects
  • Working with Materials
  • Painting on a 3D Object
  • Lighting Your 3D Scene
  • Instances
  • Combining Objects
  • Running Filters on a 3D Layer
  • Changing a 3D Layer's Blend Mode and Opacity
  • Rasterizing a 3D Layer
  • Rendering 3D Objects
  • Saving and Exporting 3D Objects
  • Printing in 3D
  • Creating 3D Animations
  • Additional 3D Resources
  • Chapter 22: Using Adobe Bridge
  • Installing Bridge
  • Browsing through Photos
  • Importing and Managing Photos
  • Review Mode
  • Sorting and Filtering Images
  • Grouping Images into Collections
  • Grouping Images into Stacks
  • Opening Images in Camera Raw
  • Showing Off Your Work
  • Making a Slideshow
  • Bridge CS6's Export Panel
  • Exporting Images from Bridge CS6 as PDFs
  • Making a Web Gallery
  • Part Six: Appendixes
  • Index

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