Photoshop CS5: Making Corrections

by Staff

coverEven carefully planned and posed photographs can have flaws. Photos you snap on the spur of the moment are even more likely to include distracting background objects or to have less-than-ideal lighting. The good news is that you can improve and sometimes even perfect exposure and lighting. You can also often remove unwanted objects, such as phone lines or even people, in Photoshop.

This free chapter is from Photoshop CS5 Pocket Guide



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