'Photoshop can be daunting, photography even more so. To have someone expertly versed in both, presenting his knowledge is a real treat.'
Marc Pawliger, Director of Engineering, Digital Imaging, Adobe Systems
Reviews of 'Adobe Photoshop 7 for Photographers':
'eschews all the 'geeky' phraseology… and instead focuses directly on the issues of interest to photographers... Definitely the 'daddy' of all Photoshop books.'
British Journal of Photography
'...if you own one book about Photoshop 7, this is the one to buy...' Rangefinder
"...a super intro to the digital darkroom from the photographer's point of view." Professional Photographer
"If your goal is to expand your technical, image editing, and artistic abilities, then Adobe Photoshop for Photographers will help you achieve high quality." PC Create IT
'Among the references I consult most often is... 'Adobe Photoshop 7 for Photographers', it offers outstanding information, techniques and examples.' eDIGITALPHOTO
Adobe Photoshop 6.0 for Photographers was awarded a COOL 2 Award from PEI magazine.
The Designer's Bookshelf (www.design-bookshelf.com) gave Adobe Photoshop 6.0 for Photographers an Editor's Choice Award.
Reviews of previous editions:
'To be called the 'bible' in a given field is a high honour for any book. But this updated edition deserves the accolade, as it's the essential reference.' Computer Arts
'Digital photographers should buy [this book] even if they have to pawn their analogue SLRs to get it.'
‘…includes real-life assignments… - the real difference between the authors who guess at the technique and the pros who are actually doing it.'
'THE digital imaging book that photographers must have.'
Digital Photography & Design
' …an invaluable guide to getting the most out of the program, particularly in a photographic workflow environment.'
'…a must for all photographers, independent of… experience, as it's written by a practising professional photographer with you, the photographer, in mind.'
The Association of Photographers
'This is the book I wish I'd had five years ago when I was first learning Photoshop.'
Russell Williams, Adobe Photoshop chief engineer.
'It's reassuring to be taught by someone with many miles of real output to his name'