Introduction. Part I: Getting Started. Chapter 1: Getting to Know the Work Area. Chapter 2: Getting Ready to Edit. Chapter 3: Working with Resolutions, Color Modes, and File Formats. Part II: Getting Organized. Chapter 4: Getting Your Images. Chapter 5: Viewing and Finding Your Images. Chapter 6: Organizing and Managing Your Photos. Part III: Selecting and Correcting Photos. Chapter 7: Making and Modifying Selections. Chapter 8: Working with Layers. Chapter 9: Simple Image Makeovers. Chapter 10: Correcting Contrast, Color, and Clarity. Part IV: Exploring Your Inner Artist. Chapter 11: Playing with Filters, Effects, Styles, and More. Chapter 12: Drawing and Painting. Chapter 13: Working with Type. Part V: Printing, Creating, and Sharing. Chapter 14: Getting It on Paper. Chapter 15: Showing It On-Screen. Chapter 16: Making Creations and Sharing. Part VI: The Part of Tens. Chapter 17: Ten Tips for Composing Better Photos. Chapter 18: Ten More Project Ideas. Index.
Barbara Obermeier: Barbara Obermeier is principal of Obermeier Design, a graphics design studio in Ventura, California. She's the author of Photoshop CS2 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies and has contributed as author or coauthor on numerous books on Photoshop, Illustrator, and PowerPoint. Barb is also a faculty member in the Visual Communication Department at Brooks Institute of Photography. Ted Padova: In addition to writing several books on Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, Ted is the world's leading author of books on Adobe Acrobat. He is also a coauthor of Adobe Creative Suite Bible and Adobe Creative Suite 2 Bible (Wiley), Color Correction For Digital Photographers Only (Wiley), and Color Management for Digital Photographers For Dummies (Wiley). Ted spends most of his time writing and speaking at conferences and expos nationally and internationally.