Announcing My New “Photoshop CC Book for Digital Photographers”

It’s been two years since the last major update to my bestselling Photoshop book, and since then, lots has changed — and not just new features in Photoshop CC (and there are plenty of them), but with how I do my Photoshop workflow today, so I went back and reworked the structure and design of the book to reflect how photographers are working today.

I take an update to this book very seriously, as it’s used in colleges and universities all over the world (it’s translated into many different languages) as their classroom text and curriculum. While it took longer than anticipated, it has to be right, and that’s why I am so excited about this new edition – I think it’s the best, most useful version of the book yet.

Here’s the trailer where I explain the book:

Amazon says it will be in stock on Dec. 22nd, but my sources are telling me it will actually be shipping by the end of next week (if not sooner), so if you want to get your copy first, now’s the time to order it.

Here’s the link to preorder it on Amazon

Thanks for letting me share this with you, and if you have any friends that would find a book like this helpful in their Photoshop journey, I hope you’ll share this post with them. :)

Have a great Monday and we’ll catch ya back here tomorrow!



  1. Will PS CC2017 be launched in the uk at the same time line? Pre ordered on the 6th with Amazon uk said launched on 12th. Now time scale disappeared. ;-(
    thanks Tony

  2. I’ve noticed that in Chapter 4, the picture that you use in the book is not the picture that we are able to download. Why? It makes the topic almost useless.

    1. Hi Jerry! Yes, it looks like two of the images have gone missing from Chapter 4’s download. Sorry about that. I’ll have our Web team get them back up there ASAP on Monday. If you’d prefer not to wait, I’d be happy to email them to you. :-)

      1. Kim – thanks so much for the quick reply. Since I’m in the middle of my study of Photoshop using this book, I would appreciate an email. Again, thank you.

      2. I’m receiving your emails, Jerry, but it doesn’t seem like you’re receiving mine (I replied a couple of times). Are you sure I’m not going into your Spam folder?

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