|Monte on Nov 27, 2006 at 1:17:07 PM (# 1)|
I don't know much about the other two, but I'd go with the Dummies one. I've had some good success with Dummies books over the years. There's also a website
Where you can create various text effects.
BachusII on Nov 27, 2006 at 4:04:38 PM (# 2)
I'd say the library. Request them if necessary and make sure you have them all, let her decide which she likes best.
catfish252 on Nov 28, 2006 at 4:01:10 AM (# 3)
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catfish252 on Dec 1, 2006 at 11:12:32 AM (# 4)
Sorry about the empty answer above, had a problem with Avant Browser.
I use Photoshop CS2 quite a bit, I have bought the Adobe CIB's and although they are published by the software company I never seemed to get as much out of them as I thought I should. Almost a year ago I ran across Total Training (www.totaltraining.com) and Lynda Training (www.lynda.com). They sell training videos for a wide assortment of applications. Both of theses companies put out great training for Photoshop. What I especially liked was that the exercise files you receive with each course are the same exercises the instructor is using on the screen which makes it very easy to follow. One other good thing is that there are many different courses for Photoshop CS2. Some just dealing with the graphics aspect of the application, some dealing with Digital Photography. Give it a look, I like them better than a book course.