Photoshop in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference (In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)) 2nd edition by O'Quinn, Donnie (1999) Paperback

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    1. I knew I was getting a reference guide and not a verbose book of lessons and such, and that's what I wanted. I want just to be able to look up what I want to do and get a quick explanation of it, without having to read a tome of design suggestions. Based on the reviews I read here, I thought that's what I was getting, and was relieved such a thing existed. But the descriptions aren't nearly clear enough. I am just starting out on Photoshop, though I can't imagine that any task that is [...]

    2. (From ) 6 crowns! Not really a Photoshop fan, me! As a web-designer I don't need the power (whatever the "cleverer" folk tell you!). I come from PhotoPaint and there is one big problem - lack of decent "look-up" literature! This book is good enough to make me a convert!Detailed descriptions of all functions, menu by menu (tutorials kill me), is what I need next to my keyboard when a deadline is making me sweat - and this book provides it all! Not for beginners, but then neither is Photoshop [...]

    3. (from ): 6 crowns! Not really a Photoshop fan, me! As a web-designer I don't need the power (whatever the "cleverer" folk tell you!). I come from PhotoPaint and there is one big problem - lack of decent "look-up" literature! This book is good enough to make me a convert!Detailed descriptions of all functions, menu by menu (tutorials kill me), is what I need next to my keyboard when a deadline is making me sweat - and this book provides it all! Not for beginners, but then neither is Photosho [...]

    4. After buying >£30 books on Photoshop and lots of other computer subjects I've changed my mind on all those padded monsters - you don't need them. This book is simply the best Photoshop book I've seen. Its so handy I keep it right on my desk and dip in and out when I get stuck - which is often. There's so much information here written in a tight style and small font which I love. If you're a beginner then it probably isn't the best choice and Donnie O'Quinn's short, sharp and to the point m [...]

    5. (From ) Without a shadow of doubt, this is the best photoshop book of them all. A unique desktop reference and helpful guide in one. All tools and intricate features of photoshop are well documented. This book is not for a beginner but if you use photoshop on a daily basis, your bookshelf will be a healthier place with this addition.

    6. I have been waiting since Photoshop 5 came out! I wish they would do books like this for all the programs I use. I *highly* recommend the one for Photoshop 4, and I am ordering the new one right now!

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