Now fully updated to the release of Adobe's Creative Suite, Exploring Photoshop CS3 shows how to use a great software tool to create dynamic design.
Written by two authors who are experienced designers as well as computer graphics instructors, Exploring Photoshop CS3 is a designer-driven resource that examines the tools and features of Adobe Photoshop while showing how to maximize the potential of desktop digital imaging for graphics, illustration, composition, and special effects.
About the Author: Annesa Hartman holds a Masters in Teaching with Internet Technologies, focusing her attention on instructional design for online technologies as well as web and graphic design concepts and programs. Currently she is an Instructional Designer for Landmark College's Institute for Research and Training in Putney, Vermont, where she designs and develops online courses for educators.
For more than 10 years Annesa has taught computer graphic courses while creating graphic design for clients around the world. She is the author of Exploring Illustrator CS3 and of Producing Interactive Television.
Ken Sholar lives in Modesto, California, where he has worked as a Lab Manager and Instructional Assistant in the MAGIC Lab at Modesto Junior College for the past 13 years.
A graduate of California State University, Stanislaus, Ken has developed online courseware in the MJC Computer Graphics department. He thrives on digital tools for his artwork.