Photoshop Retouching

Photoshop Restoration & Retouching by Katrin Eismann and Doug Nelson is by far the best Photoshop book of its kind in the field. This new edition brings you a remarkable number of new techniques to solve even the most challenging retouching and restoration problems.

Learn to remove wrinkles, unwanted backgrounds or color casts, image flaws or 10extra pounds so images look better than reality. Photoshop Restoration and Retouching, has been updated with new techniques, new projects, and new screenshots. It will take you through numerous step-by-step examples that highlight the tools and techniques used by professional digital artists to restore valuable antique images, retouch portraits and enhance glamour photography. This book features dozens of tutorials that will show users of all skill levels how to transform faded, damaged photographs intobeautiful images that are as clear and crisp as the day they were taken.

Photoshop retouching Learn more in DT&G's Interview with Katrin Eismann and our full review of the book earlier this year.

About the Author

Katrin Eismann is an internationally respected lecturer and teacher on the subject of imaging, restoration, retouching, and the impact of emerging technologies upon professional photographers, artists, and educators. Her clients include Eastman Kodak, Apple, Adobe, American Film Institute, Professional Photography Association, and the University of California Los Angeles. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Photographic Illustration with a concentration in electronic digital imaging.

Photoshop Restoration & Retouching, Second Edition

by Katrin Eismann and Doug Nelson
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Paperback: 384 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.81 x 10.08 x 8.06, Publisher: New Riders; 2nd edition (July 21, 2003)


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