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Old 26-05-07, 13:37
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Default Photoshop Book & CD (Mac+PC)

I've been buying these for a while and just tried searching to see if they've been posted before and couldn't find anything so here goes.

Title: FocusGuide Photoshop (Monthly)
Where: WH Smith
Price: £7.99
ISBN: 9-771741-396004-0-8
Release: Future Publishing Ltd.

Each very large book comes packed with tutorials and specialises in a specific area (eg. portraits, color, text etc.) Comes with a free CD for the Mac and PC which contains tutorial video clips and other freebies.

The tutorials are easy to follow with screenshots showing what to do.

JFI, I've found WH Smith a great source for magazines relating to digital editing as they have such a wide range compard to a local newsagent. I've also bought two absolutely massive magazines (each has 2 free CDs) dedicated to Photoshop and both were exclusive to WH Smith.
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Old 01-10-07, 05:25
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Haven't any experience with this one but I have learn more than what I could get through any book, just by going through tutorials of Photoshop's Guru, Stuart Little and would recommend him to anyone in search of learning more about PS.

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Old 03-10-07, 13:51
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I got Martin Evening's book Adobe Photoshop for Photographers and it's the only one I think I'll ever need. Well laid out style and if I learn a fraction of what's covered I'll be well happy.

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