Mastering Photoshop: For Web Designer

Photoshop: For Web Designer Founded in September 2006, Smashing Magazine delivers useful and
innovative information to Web designers and developers. Smashing
The magazine is a well-respected international online publication for
professional Web designers and developers. Our main goal is to support
the Web design community with useful and valuable articles and resources,
written and created by experienced designers and developers. When it comes to designing in Photoshop, there is a myriad of ways one could use to achieve a certain result. Designers use techniques they are
most confident as well as comfortable with, which is great because it’s
always useful to peek into the workflow of our colleagues and learn new
design approaches. Creating great artwork without intimately knowing your
tools is certainly possible, but the more you know, the more likely you are
to work faster and with greater confidence.

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This eBook Photoshop: For Web Designer contains 11 articles that cover useful techniques and tricks from
experts such as retouching, cloning, compositing, obscure Photoshop timesavers
and designing for iPhone. You may know some of them, but
hopefully not all of them.
Photoshop: For Web Designer: The articles have been published in Smashing Magazine in 2010 and 2011
and they have been carefully edited and prepared for this eBook.
We hope that you will find this eBook useful and valuable. We are looking
forward to your feedback on Twitter and via email.
— Thomas Burkert, Smashing eBook Editor

in Photoshop: For Web Designer I’ll be covering some of the useful techniques and tricks which I’ve learned from my experience. You may know some of them, but hopefully not all of
them. All images used in this article were purchased and are used according
to their licenses.
Here is a short overview of the techniques we’ll be covering:
• Naturally Increased Light
• Simulating Infrared Images
• Levels
• Color Look With An Adjustment Layer
• Controlling Mid-Tone Contrasts
• Sunset
• Creating Smiles
• Colorful Water Drops


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