• Title English : Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book, édition 2017
• Author : Conrad CHAVEZ and Andrew FAULKNER
• Pages : 416 Sheet
• Publisher : First Interactive (17 August 2017)
• Collection : Classroom in a book
• ISBN-10: 2412028974
• ISBN-13: 978-2412028971
• Product Dimensions : 19,1 x 2,4 x 23 cm
• Format Kindle : Epub, PDF, Paperback and eBook
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♦ Description : “Official Adobe Press books finally available in French! Classroom in a Book, a world-class collection, helps you quickly and easily discover the features of Adobe software. It provides what no other book or training program offers: hands-on materials designed specifically by Adobe product experts.
The fifteen lessons in this book cover all of Photoshop CC’s concepts for graphic designers and photographers, and provide you with a wealth of tips and techniques to help you maximize your productivity. You can follow each of these lessons in order or choose only those that interest you.
In the program :
Use and arrange your workspace
Basic photographic corrections
Work with selections
Use quick fix tools
Masks and layers
The typographic module
Paint with Photoshop
Use the camera raw module
Prepare files for the Web
Prepare files for printing
Print 3D files
“Andrew Faulkner and Conrad Chavez are members of the Adobe Creative Team and teach the use of Photoshop to many students as part of Adobe certifications. They are also authors of several books on Adobe’s Creatve Suite software.
William Faulkner, (William Cuthbert Falkner of his birth name), is a novelist, novelist, screenwriter and American poet, considered a major writer of the twentieth century. He belongs to a family of businessmen and law, ruined by the American Civil War. After having worked in various professions and lived in New York and Paris, he returned to live in the state that saw him born in Oxford, Mississippi. He then divides his time between literature and the management of his lands.
William Faulkner is probably the American writer who has had the most influence on contemporary literature. In France, it was discovered and commented, in others, by André Malraux, Jean-Paul Sartre and Claude Edmonde-Magny. His most famous novels are: “Noise and Fury” (1929), “While I’m agonizing” (1930), “Sanctuary” (1931), “Light of August” (1932), and “Absalon, Absalom! ” (1936).
In the course of the 30s, he went to Hollywood several times where he became an occasional screenwriter, not out of love for the cinema, but rather for the financial profit he derived from it. Friend with Howard Hawks, he writes for him the scenario of the “Port of Anguish”, according to Hemingway, “To have or not”, as well as, in collaboration with Francis Scott Fitzgerald, that of “Big Sleep”, of ‘after Raymond Chandler’s novel, then always for Hawks the screenplay for “The Land of the Pharaohs”. He also collaborates with Jean Renoir’s film “L’homme du Sud”.
William Faulkner received the Nobel Prize in 1949, the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for “Parable”, and the National Book Award posthumously for all of his work.”