This is a focussed, concise 'how to' book that summarizes the basic procedures in Photoshop to optimize images for publication or presentation. Written by a scientist for researchers who use Photoshop as a means to present scientific data, it quickly gives the steps to adjust and save images for a variety of output devices (laser, ink jet, pre-press, and photographic printers) as well as PowerPoint slide presentations. The book is arranged in a logical sequence (setting up Photoshop, obtaining images using a variety of devices, adjusting the images, handling color balance and lettering working with single and multiple images and laying out the images.... l i - _ pi j a#39; _a#39; a#39;ga#39; p Use templates, or make empty page at US letter size/A4 size at 500dpi Lrncheck Rta#39;-159ArIllPlia#39;=a#39; W11a#39;-a#39;aquot; 8aquot;a#39;-aquot;8 [aquot;1 I OWEa#39;? ... for Images with Reducing and Drawings or Graphs B1ack/ White Images Gray/Neutral Backgrounds Graininess Colors pagc4? ... l.i.l.Ia#39;lAsaI.ta#39;l13gC Areas Scale bars with ttems page 70 pt1ge.8l page 82 lst Image: lmageagt;Canva5 Size Ed itagt; Pi ll Window/agt;Showanbsp;...
|Title||:||Quick Photoshop for Research|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2002-01-01|