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M. Evening / М. Ивнинг | Adobe Photoshop CS6 for Photographers / Adobe Photoshop CS6 для фотографов [2012] [PDF] [En]


 
 
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M. Evening / М. Ивнинг | Adobe Photoshop CS6 for Photographers / Adobe Photoshop CS6 для фотографов [2012] [PDF] [En]
Автор: M. Evening / М. Ивнинг
Название: Adobe Photoshop CS6 for Photographers
Год: 2012
Издательство: Focal Press
ISBN: 978-0-240-52604-1
Отрасль (жанр): Photoshop CS6, обработка фотографий
Язык: английский
Формат: PDF
Качество: Изначально электронное (ebook)
Страниц: 744, цв. илл.

Описание:
Справочное руководство для профессионалов по обработке фотографий в Photoshop CS6. Расмотрены такие вопросы, как - работа с объектами, слоями, добавление/удаление различных эффектов и др. Книга подойдет как владельцам Windows, так и Mac операционных систем.
Chapter 1: Photoshop fundamentals
Photoshop installation

The Photoshop interface
Creating a new document
User interface brightness
Tabbed document windows
Managing document windows
Synchronized scroll and zoom
Image document window details
Title bar proxy icons (Mac only)
Info panel status information
Rulers, Guides & Grid
'Snap to' behavior
Pixel Grid view
The Photoshop panels
Panel arrangements and docking
Panel positions remembered in workspaces
Customizing the menu options
Customizing the keyboard shortcuts
Task-based workspaces
Working with a dual display setup
AdobeЄЗА Con. gurator 3 application

Photoshop CS6 Tools panel
Options bar
Tool Presets

Selection tools
Color Range
Modifier keys

Painting tools
On-the-fly brush changes
On-screen brush adjustments
Brush panel
Brush panel options
Pressure sensitive control
Brush tool presets
Mixer brush
Bristle tip brush shapes

Tools for filling
Tools for drawing
Image editing tools
Working with Layers

Automating Photoshop
Move tool
Layer selection using the move tool

Navigation and information tools
Zoom tool shortcuts
Hand tool
Bird's-eye view
Flick panning
Windows 7 Multi-touch support
Eyedropper tool
Ruler tool
Rotate view tool
Notes tool
Screen view modes

Preset Manager

History
The History panel
History settings and memory usage
History brush
Use of history versus undo
Snapshots
Non-linear history
When files won't open
Save often
Background Saving
Normal saves
Using Save AsЄХ- to save images

File formats
Photoshop native file format
Smart PSD files
Large Document (PSB) format
TIFF (Tagged Image File Format)
Pixel order
Byte order
Save Image Pyramid
TIFF compression options
Flattened TIFFs
Photoshop PDF
PDF security

Adobe Bridge CS6
The Bridge interface
Custom workspaces in Bridge
Opening files from Bridge
Mini Bridge
What's new in Camera Raw 7.0
Opening photos from Bridge via Camera Raw
Easter eggs

Chapter 2: Configuring Photoshop
What you will need
Macintosh
Windows

The ideal computer setup
Choosing a display
Video cards
Display calibration and pro. ling
Calibration hardware
The calibration/profiling procedure
White point
Gamma
Luminance
Device calibration and measurement
The profiling process
Do you want good color or just OK color?
Color management settings
Synchronizing the Color Settings
Extras
Backing up your image data
Protecting the power supply

Photoshop preferences
General preferences
Interface preferences
File Handling preferences
Camera Raw preferences
TIFF and PSD options
Recent File list
Performance preferences
Memory usage
32-bit and 64-bit RAM limits
History & Cache
Scratch disks
Scratch disk performance
Interface connection
Hard drive speed
RAID setups
RAID 0 (striping)
RAID 1 (mirroring)
Internal RAID
External RAID
Graphics Processor settings
Cursors preferences
Transparency & Gamut
Color Picker gamut warning
Units & Rulers
Guides, Grid & Slices
Plug-ins
Type preferences
Ensuring the preferences are saved

Chapter 3: Camera Raw image processing
Camera Raw advantages
The new Camera Raw workflow
Does the order matter?
Raw capture
JPEG capture
Editing JPEGs and TIFFs in Camera Raw
Alternative Raw processors
A basic Camera Raw/Photoshop workflow
Camera Raw support
DNG compatibility

Getting raw images into Photoshop
Image ingestion
Importing images via Photo Downloader
Tethered shoot imports
Tethered shooting via Canon EOS Utility
Importing images via other programs
Import Images from Device (Mac only)

Basic Camera Raw image editing
Working with Bridge and Camera Raw
General controls for singl file opening
Full size window view
General controls for multiple file opening
Opening raw files as Smart Objects
Saving photos from Camera Raw
The histogram display
Image browsing via Camera Raw
Camera Raw preferences
Default Image Settings
Camera Raw cache
DNG file handling
JPEG and TIFF handling
Camera Raw cropping and straightening
How to straighten and crop

Basic panel controls
White balance
Using the white balance tool
Process Versions

The Process 2012 tone adjustment controls
Exposure
Contrast
Highlights and Shadows
Whites and Blacks
Suggested order for the Basic panel adjustments

Preserving the highlight detail
When to clip the highlights
How to clip the shadows
Shadow levels after a conversion

Digital exposure
How Camera Raw interprets the raw data
Basic panel image adjustment procedure

Auto tone corrections
Camera-specific default settings
Clarity
Negative clarity
Vibrance and Saturation

Tone Curve panel
Point Curve editor mode
RGB Curves
Correcting a high contrast image

HSL/Grayscale panel
Recovering out-of-gamut colors
Adjusting the hue and saturation

Lens Corrections panel
Perspective corrections
Lens Vignetting control
Defringe
Automatic lens corrections
Accessing and creating custom lens profiles
Chromatic aberrations

Effects panel
Post Crop Vignetting control
Post Crop Vignette style options
Highlights slider
Adding Grain effects

Camera Calibration panel
New Camera Raw profiles
Camera look settings pro. les

Custom camera pro. le calibrations
DNG Profile Editor

Spot removal tool
Synchronized spotting with Camera Raw

Red eye removal
Localized adjustments
Adjustment brush
Initial Adjustment brush options
Brush settings

Adding a new brush effect
Editing brush adjustments
Previewing the brush stroke areas
Auto masking

Darkening the shadows
Hand-coloring in Color mode

Graduated filter tool
Color temperature adjustments

Camera Raw settings menu
Export settings to XMP
Update DNG previews
Load SettingsЄХ- Save SettingsЄХ-
Camera Raw defaults

Presets panel
Saving and applying presets
Copying and synchronizing settings

Synchronizing different process versions
Legacy presets
Working with Snapshots

DNG file format
The DNG solution
DNG compatibility
Saving images as DNG
Lossy DNG
DNG Converter

Chapter 4: Sharpening and noise reduction
When to sharpen
Why one-step sharpening is ineffective
Capture sharpening
Capture sharpening for scanned images

Process versions
Improvements to Camera Raw sharpening
Sample sharpening image

Detail panel
Sharpening defaults
The sharpening effect sliders
Amount slider
Radius slider
The suppression controls
Detail slider
Interpreting the grayscale previews
Radius and Detail grayscale preview

Masking slider
Masking slider example

Some real world sharpening examples
Sharpening portrait images
Sharpening landscape images
Sharpening a fine-detailed image

How to save sharpening settings as presets
Capture sharpening roundup

Selective sharpening in Camera Raw
Negative sharpening
Extending the sharpening limits
How to apply localized sharpening
Negative sharpening to blur an image

Noise removal in Camera Raw
Process Versions and noise reduction
Detail panel Noise Reduction sliders
Color noise

Non-raw image noise reduction
Adding grain to improve appearance of sharpness
Localized noise reduction in Camera Raw
Localized moirLК removal in Camera Raw

Localized sharpening in Photoshop
Smart Sharpen filter
Basic Smart Sharpen mode
Advanced Smart Sharpen mode
Removing Motion Blur

Creating a depth of field brush

Chapter 5: Image editing essentials
Pixels versus vectors
Photoshop as a vector program
Image resolution terminology
ppi: pixels per inch
lpi: lines per inch
dpi: dots per inch
Desktop printer resolution
Choosing the right pixel resolution for print
The optimum number of pixels
Repro considerations
The relationship between ppi and lpi
But we always use 300 ppi!
Altering the image size
Image interpolation
Nearest Neighbor
Bilinear interpolation
Bicubic interpolation
Bicubic Smoother
Bicubic Sharper
Step interpolation
Bicubic Automatic

Basic pixel editing
The image histogram
Basic Levels editing and the histogram

Bit depth
8-bit versus 16-bit image editing
16-bit and color space selection
Comparing 8-bit with 16-bit editing

The RGB edit space and color gamut

Direct image adjustments
Adjustment layers approach
Adjustments panel controls
Properties panel controls
Keeping the focus on the Properties panel

Levels adjustments
Analyzing the histogram
Using Levels to improve the contrast

Curves adjustment layers
On-image Curves editing

Direct Curves dialog

Saving and loading curves
Using Curves in place of Levels
Output levels adjustments
Using Curves to improve contrast
Curves luminance and saturation
Luminosity and Color blending modes
Curve presets
Locking down portions of a curve
Creating a dual contrast curve

Brightness and Contrast
Correcting shadow and highlight detail
Amount
Tonal Width
Radius
Color Correction
Midtone Contrast

Auto image adjustments
Match Color corrections
Enhance Brightness and Contrast

Color corrections
Color Balance adjustments
Basic color balancing with Levels
Color corrections using Curves
Hue/Saturation
Vibrance
Color Lookup adjustments
Photo Filter
Multiple adjustment layers
Adjustment layer masks
Properties panel mask controls
Editing a mask using the masks controls

Blend mode adjustments

Cropping
Current Image cropping
Selection-based cropping
Canvas size
Big data
Perspective crop tool
Content-aware scaling
How to protect skin tones
How to remove objects from a scene
Image rotation

Chapter 6: Black and white
Converting color to black and white
The dumb black and white conversions
Smarter black and white conversions
Black & White adjustment presets
Split color toning using Color Balance
Split color toning using Curves adjustments
Split color toning using a Gradient Map
Camera Raw black and white conversions
Pros and cons of the Camera Raw approach
HSL grayscale conversions
Camera Calibration panel tweaks
Camera Raw Split Toning panel
Camera Raw color image split toning

Black and white output
Advanced B&W Photo tips

Chapter 7: Extending the dynamic range
High dynamic range imaging
HDR essentials
Fuji Super CCD
Alternative approaches
Bracketed exposures
Displaying deep-bit color
Capturing a complete scenic tonal range
HDR shooting tips
HDR File formats
How to fool Merge to HDR

Basic tonal compression techniques
Blending multiple exposures
Camera Raw adjustments using Process 2012

Merge to HDR Pro
Tone mapping HDR images
Local Adaptation
Removing ghosts
How to avoid the ЄХЦHDR' look

Smooth Edges option
HDR toning example
How to smooth HDR toned images

Chapter 8: Image retouching
Basic cloning methods
Clone stamp tool
Clone stamp brush settings

Healing brush
Choosing an appropriate alignment mode
Clone Source panel and clone overlays
Clone and healing sample options

Better healing edges
Spot healing brush
Healing blend modes

Spot healing in Content-Aware mode
Patch tool
The patch tool and content-aware filling
Adaptation methods

Content-aware move tool
Content-aware move tool in Extend mode
Working with the Clone Source panel
Perspective retouching
Alternative history brush spotting technique

Portrait retouching
Beauty retouching

Liquify
Advanced Liquify tool controls
Reconstructions
Mask options
View options
Saving the mesh
Targeted distortions using Liquify

Chapter 9: Layers, selections and masking
Selections and channels
Selections
Quick Mask mode
Creating an image selection
Modifying selections
Alpha channels
Adding to an image selection
Selections, alpha channels and masks
Anti-aliasing
Feathering

Layers
Layer basics
Image layers
Vector layers
Text layers
Adjustment layers
Layers panel controls
Layer styles
Adding layer masks
Viewing in Mask or Rubylith mode
Removing a layer mask
Adding an empty layer mask
Thumbnail preview clipping
Creating a layer mask from Transparency
Properties Panel in Masks mode
Refine Edge command
View modes
Edge detection
Adjust Edge section
Refine Edge output
Working with the quick selection tool
Combining a quick selection with Re. ne Edge
Ragged borders with the Re. ne Edge adjustment
Color Range masking

Layer blending modes
Advanced Blending options
Knockout options
Blend Interior effects
Creating panoramas with Photomerge
Depth of field blending

Working with multiple layers
Color coding layers
Layer group management
Nested group layer compatibility
Managing layers in a group
Clipping masks
Ways to create a clipping mask
Masking layers within a group
Clipping layers and adjustment layers
Layer linking
Selecting all layers
Layer selection using the move tool
Layer locking
Layer mask linking
Lock Transparent Pixels
Lock Image Pixels
Lock Layer Position
Lock All
Layer filtering
Layer Comps panel

Transform commands
Repeat Transforms
Interpolation options
Numeric Transforms
Transforming selections and paths
Transforms and alignment
Using transforms to create a kaleidoscope pattern
Warp transforms
Puppet Warp
Pin rotation
Pin depth
Multiple pin selection
Smart Objects
Drag and drop a document to a layer

Smart Objects
Photoshop paths
Pen path modes
Drawing paths with the pen tool
Pen path drawing example
Pen tool shortcuts summary
Rubber Band mode

Vector masks
Isolating an object from the background

Chapter 10: Blur, optical and lighting effects filters
Filter essentials
16-bit filters
Blur filters
Adding a Radial Blur or Spin blur to a photo
Average Blur
Gaussian Blur
Motion Blur
Surface Blur
Box Blur
Shape Blur
Lens Blur
Depth of field effects

Blur Tools filters
Iris Blur
Radius field controls
Blur Tools options
Tilt-Shift blur
Blur ring adjustments
Applying a Field Blur to a composite image

Smart Filters
Applying Smart Filters to pixel layers
Lens Corrections
Custom lens corrections
Selecting the most appropriate profiles

Adobe Lens Profile Creator
Interpolating between lens profiles
Lens Correction profiles and Auto-Align

Adaptive Wide Angle filter
How the Adaptive Wide Angle filter works
Applying constraints
Rotating a constraint
Saving constraints
Calibrating with the Wide Angle Correction filter
Editing panorama images
Lighting effects filter
Properties panel adjustments

Filter Gallery

Chapter 11: Image management
The Bridge solution
Configuring the General preferences
Launching Bridge
Rotating the thumbnails and preview

Arranging the Bridge contents
Customizing the panels and content area
Bridge workspace examples
Working with multiple windows
Slideshow mode
Thumbnail settings
Cache management
Advanced and miscellaneous preferences
One-click previews
Deleting files
Stacking images
Auto-stacking

Bridge panels
Folders panel
Favorites panel
Preview panel
Review mode

Managing images in Bridge
Image rating and labeling
Sorting images in Bridge
Filter panel

Metadata panel
Image metadata
File Info metadata

IPTC Extensions
Other types of metadata
Importance of metadata
Edit History log
Hidden metadata

Keywording
Keywords panel

Image searches
Collections panel
Smart Collections

Output from Bridge
Web output
Output gallery styles
Output gallery settings
Output preferences
PDF Output
The PDF Output panels
PDF Output options
Contact Sheet II
Export panel

Bridge automation
Renaming images
Renaming schemes
Undoing a Batch Rename
Applying Camera Raw settings

Mini Bridge
The Mini Bridge interface
View options
Filter and sort menus
Navigation
Searching images

Chapter 12: Print output
Print sharpening
Judge the print, not the display
High Pass filter edge sharpening technique
Soft proof before printing
Managing print expectations

Making a print
Photoshop Print dialog
Printer selection
Color Management
Rendering intent selection
Hard Proofing
Proof print or aim print?
Position and Size
Print selected area

Ensuring your prints are centered (Mac)
Printing Marks
Functions

Saving operating system print presets
Print output scripting

Configuring the Print Settings (Mac and PC)
Photoshop managed color on Windows
Custom print profiles

Chapter 13: Automating Photoshop
Working with Actions
Playing an action
Recording actions
Troubleshooting actions
Limitations when recording actions
Actions only record changed settings
Background layers and bit depth
Layer naming
Inserting menu items
Batch processing actions
Exporting and importing presets
Creating a droplet
Image Processor

Scripting
Script Event Manager

Automated plug-ins
Crop and Straighten Photos
Fit Image
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