Photoshop Fundamentals

Excerpted from "Real World Adobe Photoshop CS2." Published by Peachpit Press.

Do you ever work with images that are flat, washed out, too dark, or have a bad color cast? You don't have to accept those failings. Instead, try a few basic steps to bring them back to life.

Learn how to take blah photos like this from wash out to knock out.

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Excerpted from Real World Adobe Photoshop CS2 by Bruce Fraser and David Blatner. Copyright © 2006. Used with permission of Pearson Education, Inc. and Peachpit Press.

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