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At 12:01 PM 7/9/99 -0700, C. David Tobie wrote: >However, to look at it from the other side; I can't think of a hunderd pages >that could be clipped out of Real World PS5, let alone 400... so if its all >vital, and quite condensed, then the others simply aren't covering it. My >bet is its the pre-press stuff left out of Artistry, and the color management >stuff left out of Margulis... Actually, one of the (many) things left out of Margulis is any menu-level or dialog-level discussion of how to do things in Photoshop. That's one of the things that can make this book quite frustrating for a beginner. (And one of the things that makes Photoshop Artistry such a *good* choice for beginners.) As to what's in B&F and not in Margulis -- lots of stuff! For example, B&F have a whole chapter on scanning principles, a chapter on just selections, and a chapter on image file formats, etc. and so on. B&F (Real World Photoshop) is definitely a comprehensive guide, no question about it, and goes far beyond just the photographers' perspective. rafe b. - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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