There’s a great new Photoshop book hitting store shelves entitled Working Smart in Adobe Photoshop CS2 by Conrad Chavez. Yeah, yeah, I know, there’s already a boatload of Photoshop books out there, so do we really need another one? Well, I had the privilege of doing the technical editing on this book and I’d say it’s unique for at least two reasons:
- It’s a lean, mean book. Instead of trying to teach you everything under the sun, it’s a focused read under 300 pages. (This means you’ll probably actually read it, unlike the stack of Photoshop books on most designer’s book shelves.)
- It’s about about efficiency and working smart. No step-by-step tutorials, no cheesy neon styles, no quizzes. It takes a step back from the minutiae and looks at the overall efficiency of the workflow.
This is good stuff, folks. Don’t miss it!