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by Adobe Creative Team

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Classroom in a Book epub ebook

Author: Adobe Creative Team
Category: Graphics & Design
Language: English
Publisher: Adobe Press; 1 edition (June 1, 2012)
Pages: 400 pages
ISBN: 0321827333
ISBN13: 978-0321827333
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 506
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The primary text for this course is this textbook, Adobe Photoshop CS6 Classroom In A Book.

They work closely with the Adobe product development teams to come up with creative, challenging, and visually appealing projects to help both new and experienced users get up to speed quickly on Adobe software products. The primary text for this course is this textbook, Adobe Photoshop CS6 Classroom In A Book. This is a self-directed course that has me working independently along with a primary mentor, so there are no other students or formal classes.

Classroom in a Book offers what no other book or training program does-an official training series from Adobe Systems .

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The Classroom in a Book series is by far the best training material on the market. Everything you need to master the software is included: clear explanations of each lesson, step-by-step instructions, and the project files for the students. Barbara Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor, Rocky Mountain Training. Classroom in a Book®, the best-selling series of hands-on software training workbooks, helps you learn the features of Adobe software quickly and easily.

Photoshop is one of those programs that's so cool you just want to dive right in and start creating-but by plunging in head-first, without any guidance, you're likely to miss a lot. There's a solution: With this book, you learn by doing, getting your feet wet immediately as you progress through a series of hands-on projects that build on your growing Photoshop knowledge.

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Classroom in a Book. A good book for learning Photoshop basics or refreshing your memory. They do need to do a better job of explaining why they have you do certain things. Aug 29, 2014 Ashleigh Seitz added it. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Shelves: adobe, graphic-design. Used with a digital imaging class, it is a great source of practice and learning especially for those who have never used photoshop or are beginners.

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Reviews (7)
Golden Lama
I’m taking a college course on Photoshop CS6. The primary text for this course is this textbook, Adobe Photoshop CS6 Classroom In A Book. This is a self-directed course that has me working independently along with a primary mentor, so there are no other students or formal classes. I was instructed in the learning contract to complete this book along with eight projects and a paper. I ordered this book on Amazon and have been working my way through it one chapter at a time. I’ve finally completed it.

Not having a class to go to or other students to confer with makes this review a good one because it provides an account that is representative of one man’s experience working with the content provided by the team of authors. There are no outside influences to sway my learning abilities. No professor to guide me, no students to correct me, no other resources, just me and this book.

With all that said, I will state that this book is well written. It has been carefully thought out and edited. As a professional writer myself, there are a few things I could polish in terms of the editing, but that’s out of the scope of this review. I’ve learned a lot from this book and walked away from it having a much better understanding of the capabilities of CS6 and the things I can do with the software. It is extremely powerful software that can be an enormous asset to both a layperson and a seasoned professional.

It is not without its faults. There were many times I labored over some of the chapters because the authors make certain assumptions about the knowledge base of the reader. Not all menu options and features are clearly communicated and it can be rather daunting trying to figure out what menu button, feature, option drop down box, or items I need to access and where they’re located. Screen captures aren’t consistently supplied to help guide you through the lessons. A few times menu selections or features were not available at all, which I learned later is because certain plugins had not been installed on my computer (Zoomify, Flash, etc.). On more than one occasion, menu selections were named something a little different, which leads me to believe the book may have been written from an earlier release of CS6. On one occasion a screen selection wasn’t available at all. I was able to work around this by digging into other menu drop downs to locate it elsewhere.

The beginning of each chapter provides a time estimate for the chapter. “This chapter will take less than an hour to complete,” for example. I found these estimates to be very inaccurate. For me, if it said an hour, I’d estimate two hours, minimum. Add the frustrations described above, and this amounted to more time. In my experience, their estimates were not well determined for those inexperienced with the software, carefully trying to work through each lesson.

The book comes with a supplied disk that contains lessons for each chapter. These are extremely helpful and offer excellent opportunities for the user to learn and practice the lessons in the book. Each lesson provides a start and end file. The end file is the completed project. The start file is what you start with. Each chapter instructs you to save and rename this file to a working copy that you use as your sandbox for learning. You follow the chapter to complete the lesson and create exactly what you see in the end file.

This learning paradigm is an excellent platform to ingrain each lesson into the user’s mind and fingers. If you follow it faithfully, you will learn a wealth of features, tips, and tricks about CS6.

A previous reviewer criticized this book by stating it is really just the CS5 book renamed as CS6. I kept this in mind while working through the book. This is incorrect. I found a number of CS6-specific features discussed. I’m sure the publisher started with CS5 as a launching pad to develop, added CS6 features, and then ran it though a number of reviews to vet it for content accuracy.

Adobe Photoshop is an extremely rich and powerful product that can be used to do much more than this book instructs. The intent of this book is to acquaint a user with a broad cross section of its most powerful features. Don’t expect it to teach you everything about the product. It’s designed to get you to a very comfortable starting point from which to learn more.

If it weren’t for the many frustrations I bumped into while working through the various chapters, I’d give this book a solid 4 stars.

This series is a tremendous waste of money. You'd think that "Classroom in a Book" would mean "If you read this book you'll learn how to use the software." Not even close. You would also think "If I have a question I'll be able to look up the answer." Not remotely true. This is actually a CD of sample projects with which you can follow along to see how they were created, in case you want to do something similar. The book is commentary on those sample projects. But if you want to learn how to do something specific, or look up how to use a certain feature, this book is useless. Many of the software features aren't even listed in the index.

Shortly after my purchase I had a long chat with an Adobe rep about my concerns regarding this product and he promised "I will go ahead and escalate the case to our relevant team who would be able to review this chat and get back to you with an appropriate resolution." They never contacted me. And while I was waiting to hear back from them, the return window expired, so now I have a very expensive paperweight. I am extremely disappointed in Adobe.

felt boot
Adobe Classroom in a Book series are the best books to learn their software. I have been using Adobe software since the beginning, have looked at lots of other manuals and the CIB books are the best. I also like the Visual Quickstart Guides. When I upgraded from CS2 to CS6, I bought almost all the CIB books for it. There is such a huge difference between CS2 to CS6 that I needed them. The InDesign book was perfect in getting me up to speed. However, I didn't like this Dreamweaver book. Even after reading it, I still took a $100 ed2go class to learn Dreamweaver (which I found more helpful than the book). The book starts with building a site right off the bat but doesn't explain to the reader what he is doing and why so I felt lost. The author did not start at the beginning to give me an understanding of the environment and how Dreamweaver operates before jumping into tutorials. I was very frustrated with this book. I had more questions than answers. At least with the ed2go class, I had a teacher to answer my questions. I did not find the other Dreamweaver books out there to be any better. Adobe now has training and downloadable tutorials for free. I have found these to be the most helpful. Save your money and learn at Adobe instead.

I took a PhotoShop class through the University of Missouri - St. Louis computer center and my head was swimming by the end of the 8 hour class. It's TOO much to cover in a one-day class. So I bought this book and went through it lesson by lesson at my own pace. It taught me more than I learned in the professionally taught class and it cost a lot less too! I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking to learn PhotoShop but who doesn't have the time or money to take a class.

I have used a number of the Adobe Classroom in a Book CS6 books for other programs and have found them to be very thorough and helpful. While I have learned from the Dreamweaver version of this book I find it to be difficult to follow, lacking in detail and incomplete. I have emailed the publisher several times to see why my results differ from the ones listed in the book with no response. I have reworked a number of the lessons following the steps to the T and continue to receive results that differ from their examples. Call me crazy, but when I do exactly what the book says I expect to receive the exact results the book does... unfortunately that is not the case with this book.
I am not saying that I am not making a mistake in the process, but I am saying that with their lack of detail it is impossible to find out where the mistake lies and that should not be the case with an entry level book such as this.

I guess my hopes were too high for this book given the level of quality in their other products. Bottom line, find a different book.

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