Quick Photoshop for Research: A Guide to Digital Imaging is a step-by-step guide written for those who use Photoshop 4.x, 5.x, 6.x, and 7.x on Macintosh or Windows platforms. It is intended for the researcher who needs to use the program infrequently, yet energetically, as well as the beginning or intermediate Photoshop user.
The manual shows how to use action buttons so that most functions are performed with the click of a button. Templates are also included for two-, three-, four-, six-, and eight-panel figures, which can be made automatically. The book covers only what the researcher needs to know for the production of publication-quality images.