| Originally Posted by Nic Dragomire |
I would say a book by Scott Kelby would help you out. Scott is a renown photoshop guru.
But Like Jay said if they are jpgs they will have very limited exposure latitude.
hope that helps, ~ nic
Thanks! My copy of The Adobe Photoshop CS3 Book for Digital Photographers by Scott Kelby came in the mail today. I have already flipped through the whole thing. I can't wait to get started with it.
It's a great book. There are step by step pictures to take you though everything. I enjoy a little silliness in a reference book (probably why I like the dummies books so much.) There is plenty of that in this book.
A few things I was excited to see while skimming the book:
How to make black & white pictures look better than just clicking "convert to greyscale." I knew the pros had a trick for that because there was just something better about their B&Ws.
How to remove love handles- I will definitly be taking my muffin top out of some pictures
How to touch up skin & do "hollywood highlights."
I was also glad to see how he whitens teeth, removes wrinkles, etc. I have been doing lots of these things the hard way.