Photoshop Channel Chops: Alpha Channels, Masks, Layers, Compositing and Advanced Techniques by David Biedny (1997-12-24)

Photoshop Channel Chops Alpha Channels Masks Layers Compositing and Advanced Techniques by David Biedny

  • Title: Photoshop Channel Chops: Alpha Channels, Masks, Layers, Compositing and Advanced Techniques by David Biedny (1997-12-24)
  • Author: David Biedny;Mark Christiansen;Bert Monroy
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  • Page: 174
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      I'd like to mention a book that came across my desk a couple weeks ago, Photoshop Channel Chops by David Biedny, Bert Monroy, and Nathan Moody.I see a lot of Photoshop "how to do this and that" books, and usually it's beyond me why anyone bothered to write and publish them, since Photoshop comes with a perfectly good manual. This book caught my eye though, because it seems like I never know everything I think I should about complex channel operations, masking layers, compositing, and the like.T [...]

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      I have to say, I joined the NAPP organization last year, and was hoping to get the kind of info from their magazine that would help me understand channels and masking, and WAS I DISAPPOINTED! Then someone at my local Mac user group told me about Channel Chops, and after I saw the reviews on , I figured that it was the way to go. Well, I have to say, I'm FLOORED by the sheer quality of the stuff in the book - I would recommend it to ANYONE looking for an advanced Photoshop book. I wish that t [...]

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      This is one of the best books on using photoshop for what it was originally designed for - compositing images. Written by ILM alumni David Biedny and digital film production veterans Bert Monroy and Nathan Moody, this is not your standard "how to use photoshop" features walkthrough. It is also not a beginner book. You will not find out what the "edit" menu does in this tome It is designed for someone who already knows what the tools in photoshop do, but wants to find out how to apply these power [...]

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      I've probably read every book available on the subject of Photoshop but i've always come away from each of them with no more than a few tricks you can only use in very specific situations. "hey look, pillow-embossed text!" PCC is the exception to this rule. It's content far outweighs it's perceived size. David's writing style and obvious enthusiam for the subject shows with every paragraph. I found myself excited and couldn't wait to jump into PS and start trying out some of the concepts [...]

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      I've always wanted to get my teeth into a good, no holds barred how-to book on using Photoshop's channel operations, but none measured up until now. I always felt the Photoshop manual, and other 3rd party how-to books fell very short on using channels. Dave, Bert and Nathan, authors of this book, have done an excellent job of introducing you to the basics, and then taking you way beyond where the others leave off. They stick exactly to the topic of channels, always giving lots of examples and [...]

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      David Biedny and Bert Monroy are a couple of Photoshop gurus, and in this book, they team up with Nathan Moody to bring you the definitive book on using the venerable program's channel operations. An entertaining and educational introduction by Biedny discusses pre-digital compositing technology, a history of Photoshop, and includes sections entitled Why Are You Reading This? and Monkeys Push Buttons, Humans Push Their Brains. The chapters proper cover channels, alpha channels, layers, calculati [...]

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