This past holiday season one of the most coveted gifts I received was Scott Kelby’s book “The Adobe Photoshop CS6 Book for Digital Photographers”.
I just recently finished “reading” the book - meaning my copy is now sufficiently dog-eared, highlighted, tabbed, and post-it-noted from cover to cover. These types of books aren’t meant to be read of course, as much as they are to be studied and referred to.
This book is fantastically useful, so much so that I have a digital copy on my iPad too. Just like every book Scott puts out, it shows you simple and straightforward the photo processing and retouching techniques you need to know. Scott not only shows you the new features of Photoshop, but lets you know which to avoid and what methods work better for certain tasks.
I’ve gushed about Scott Kelby books before here on the blog so I’ll cut it short for now.
Click here to buy the book and look for a link, down the right side of the page, to a 7 minute video of Scott explaining some of the new, somewhat hidden, features of Adobe Photoshop CS6.