I would like to learn from forummers here what books they would recommend for Digital Photography and Photoshop CS2. In particular, whether the book has the biggest bang for the buck.
A highly recommended book is 'Photoshop CS2 for photographers' by Martin Evening. It is targetted at photographers and it's 704 pages with a CD-ROM. Not sure if it fits your criteria of 'biggest bang for the buck' but I'm sure you'll find it useful.Originally Posted by Canonized
For me, I do my 'research' on the internet, it gives me the 'biggest bang for my buck'
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Pictures always should have a special story behind it or a special meaning to the photographer.
The book also available at library, just search through nlb catalogue.
Thanks Hitman for the recommendation. At least I know what im suppose to look for
You can check out Riceball at
Riceball Photography Bookstore
#B1-38, The Adelphi
1 Coleman Street,
They have a huge range of photography books. You can ask them to recommend which is the best.
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My personal all time favourite is "Photoshop Studio Techniques" by Ben Willmore.
woodlands library has a reasonable collection..u could check them out..tt's where i picked up my photoshop...
Just bought this today... looks really good, very comprehensive.Originally Posted by Hitman