If you’re reading this book because you want to produce embossed type, fractalized tree branches, or spherized images in Adobe Photoshop, you’re in the wrong place. There are (at least) half a dozen good books on those subjects. But if you’re looking to move images through Photoshop—getting good scans or digital captures in, working your will on them, and putting out world-class final output—this is the book for you. Its raison d’être is to answer the many questions that people in production environments ask every single day.
How can I quickly and efficiently process the 500 images coming from my digital camera?
How should I set up my computer for Photoshop?
What settings should I use in the Color ...