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    Deke McClelland
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    For Dummies; 1 edition (May 31, 2002)
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Donald Hugh McClelland, J. known as Deke McClelland (born 1962), is an American author and expert in Adobe products, most notably Photoshop, but also Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop Elements.

Donald Hugh McClelland, J. He has hosted over 80 video tutorials, totaling upwards of 2000 hours for different Adobe Applications (mainly Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator). The Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Computer Book (1989).

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Deke McClelland's easy and approachable writing style demystifies even . In 1999, Book Bytes named Deke its Author of the Year.

Deke McClelland's easy and approachable writing style demystifies even the most complex Photoshop tasks. The Photoshop "X" Bible fulfills the promise to the reader of being "100 percent comprehensive, authoritative, and what you need.

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Adobe Photoshop is arguably the most comprehensive and popular photo editor around. Here are a couple of reasons why: When you work in Photoshop, you're not drawing from scratch; you're editing photos. Secondly, the program keeps you interested with a depth of capabilities that few pieces of software can match. Unlike other computer programs that have caught on like wildfire over the years, Photoshop is both powerful and absorbing.

Just because Photoshop is a pleasure to use doesn't mean that it's easy to master. Directed toward making you comfortable and productive with the program, Photoshop 7 For Dummies points out the features you need to know and shows you exactly how to use them ­– no pain; all gain. You'll discover ways to

Work with the program window Switch between Photoshop and other programs Change the number of pixels in an image Define colors using the Color Palette Get ride of red eye Blur the edges of a selected area Apply filter effects

Photoshop guru and author Deke McClelland reveals his own techniques for quick and creative image editing, along with specific tips that Photoshop veterans can use to take advantage of the software's new features. Plan to get the hang of

Producing high quality scans Adding background textures, bevels, and text effects Harnessing Photoshop's layering features and professional pre-press capabilities Applying different types of gradients Making a Web Photo Gallery Placing your image into PageMaker of InDesign Creating your own custom brush

Graphics abound in Photoshop 7 For Dummies, with 16 pages of glossy pictures to show off special issues related to color. You'll find commands for both PCs and Macs and lots of step-by-step instructions to guide your image-editing efforts for print or the Web – in no time!

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I have been struggling with Photoshop 7, especially the use of the pen tool in creating curved lines. The Adobe Photoshop 7 manual was probably correct, but I could not follow the instructions successfully. After several days of work, I gave up and purchased the subject book, "Photoshop 7 for Dummies" expecting that the pen tool usage would be treated more clearly and simply.

Well that didn't happen. In the area of instruction in question, the subject book is basically a copy of the process in the original manual - even using the same figures.

It is useless to me. I have many years of product design experience and have built, used, and serviced computers professionally, and it seems clear that the authors did not have the beginner/dummy in mind at all... only wanting to get the required number of pages of copy into print.

For now, I am highly dissatisfied with this book. ...and still searching for help with my problem.

Edit months later: Well I eventually found the solution to my problem - from a friend. If the authors had the goal of helping "dummies" with this book, they would not have used so much ink and paper trying to be clever. It is clarity and simplicity 'we" need. And from someone who thoroughly understands the computer program - clearly not the people who filled these pages.
I bought this book hoping to learn how to use Photoshop's various functions and settings. I've looked up two so far - batch processing and screen auto resolution. Neither are in the book's index, which makes me wonder how much more is not explained.

Worse, it's too full of distracting cute you're forced to wade through. From the section, Resolving Resolution: "The Resolution value determines how tightly the pixels are packed when printed. It's kind of like the population density of one of those ridiculously large urban areas cropping up all over the modern world. Consider Lagos, Nigeria, which is a city of nearly ten million souls - more than London, Paris, or Shanghais. Lagos, in case you're curious, is the fastest-growing major metropolitan area in the world, with an annual population explosion of 5 percent. (If that doesn't sound so bad, consider that it would put Lagos at 33 million people in the year 2020, which would be more than Tokyo, the current topper.) The population density of Lagos is second only to Honk Kong, at roughly 150,000 people packed into each square mile (on average, that's 15 times as crowded as New York City.)" And it goes on and on.

When I want cultural geography lessons, I'll buy a cultural geography book. I don't have the time to wade through this kind of stuff in hopes I might eventually stumble across what I'm looking for. Few of us do. I'm sure I'll get something from this book, but I wish I hadn't bought it. Save your money.
I have always loved the Dummies Series and I will continue to purchase these informative books in the future; However, if you are not familliar with Photoshop to begin with, it's not the best choice.

A lot of the book refers back to previous editions of Photoshop, but the authors swing from one side to another - either thinking that the reader is using a computer for the very first time, or have just purchased 7.0 as an upgrade.

There is no middle ground for folks who have a solid computer background but just need to know what all the Photoshop options and icons do. Way too much of one chapter is dedicated to changing how the main screen is configured.

I would say anyone who is a complete computer novice, yet managed to have moderate usage of the previous PhotoShop versions should benefit from this book.

(And I hate it when authors offer to give a hint, but only if you purchase their OTHER book...)
I bought this book used, and it is in excellent shape! I am using Photoshop 7 with limited knowledge of how it works, and this book is proving to provide excellent guidance.
A great book, it has really helped me with the information it provides on Photoshop 7.
Not a bad book but as with most of the "Dummies" books the author rambles on a bit.
Photoshop 7 for Dummies answers all those big and little questions that arise when using the software. Clear and concise explanations help the user solve a myriad of problems.
I have a lot of difficulty using photoshop and have found that the Dummy series has helped me in other endeavors, so I am sure that this one will help me immensely. It has already showed me how to fix backgrounds, and enhance colors, etc. I'm glad I found it cheap and it arrived just the way the seller said it would.