Deke McClelland

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Deke McClelland is an American author and expert in Adobe products, most notably Photoshop, but also Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop Elements.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

Year Title Notes Publisher
1993–present The Photoshop Bible

This bestselling book is probably Deke's most famous book to date.

Deke parted company with the book's present publishers (Wiley), but current versions of the book still carry his name.

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Wiley
2005 Adobe Photoshop CS2 One-On-One Deke Press / O'Reilly
2005 Adobe InDesign One-On-One Deke Press / O'Reilly
2005 Photoshop Elements 4 One-On-One Deke Press / O'Reilly

Training videos[edit]

He has hosted about 50 video tutorials, totaling over 2000 hours for different Adobe Applications (mainly Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator)[2]

Title Format
Total Training for Adobe Photoshop 5 VHS
Total Training for Adobe Photoshop 6 VHS
Total Training for Adobe Photoshop 7 CD-ROM
Total Training for Adobe Photoshop CS DVD-ROM
Total Training for Adobe Photoshop CS2 DVD-ROM
Photoshop CS2 Actions & Automation DVD-ROM
Photoshop CS2 Mastering Camera Raw DVD-ROM
Photoshop Elements 5 Essential Training DVD-ROM
Photoshop CS2 Channels & Masks DVD-ROM
Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics DVD-ROM
Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Advanced Techniques DVD-ROM
Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: The Essentials DVD-ROM
Illustrator CS3 One-on-One: The Essentials ONLINE
Illustrator CS3 One-On-One: Beyond the Basics ONLINE
Illustrator CS3 One-On-One: Advanced Techniques ONLINE
Photoshop Top 40 ONLINE
Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Fundamentals DVD-ROM
Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Advanced DVD-ROM
Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Mastery DVD-ROM

Lynda.com has a full list of Video Tutorials hosted by Deke McClelland which can be accessed here

Awards[edit]

  • The Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Computer Book (1989)
  • Inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame (2002)

Personal life[edit]

McClelland lives in Boulder, Colorado, with his wife and two sons.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Photoshop made cool the Hip-Hop way". CNET. June 26, 2008. Retrieved 24 November 2009. 
  2. ^ "Deke McCleland Author Page on Lynda.com". Lynda.com. 

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