They use great detail to explain how Photoshop addresses color, explaining color-related issues such as the differences between RGB, CMYK, and other color models. In doing so, they help you work with Photoshop's color management systems, including its newly "device-independent" RGB editing space, along with other tonal and color-correction tools.
Other sections of the book explain subjects like bitmaps, resolution, resampling, Image Mode, and layer manipulation. You'll also find help on storing images in the various available formats, on printing your images, and on preparing your images for multimedia and the Web. With its handsome, colorful design and its clear explanations of technologies and features, this book is a good guide for production professionals who need help increasing their knowledge of Photoshop, working through its quirks and limitations, and taking advantage of its shortcuts and lesser known features. --Kathleen Caster
Publisher: Peachpit Pr
Paperback : 703 pages
Dimensions: 7.5 x 9.3 x 1.3 inches