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Jun 13, 2005

Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS2 Ranked #1

Bruce would be too self-effacing to mention this (his publisher isn’t) but today on Amazon, Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS2 was #1 in the Computer & Internet category and an impressive #93 of all books on Amazon.com’s sales rank overall.

While being #1 in the Computer & Internet category is in itself impressive, for a computer industry book-let alone a book directed to digital photographers-to break the top 100 books on Amazon.com really is a feat.

 

Under the product details are the book overall rankings:

Congratulations to Bruce Fraser, his entire editorial team and publisher, Peachpit Press for the accomplishment. Oh, and for those of you who haven’t ordered the book yet, don’t worry, Peachpit has promised to print as many as you all can buy. . .even if they have to do more printing.

Our only worry is they’ll run out of trees!

7 Responses to “Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS2 Ranked #1”

  1. Kelly Ryer Says:

    Now, Jeff, was the “Preachpit” part just a typo, or are you trying to imply something?

  2. PSN Editorial Staff Says:

    Editor’s Note: In our haste to get the story posted, we misspelled Peachpit (as Preachpit), which Kelly was kind enough to point out. It’s been corrected.

  3. pxlfxr Says:

    I deserves to be. It has held my interest for a few weeks now and I am only 1/2 way thru. Kudos to Bruce-you are my new hero.

  4. Paul Beiser Says:

    It is a fantastic book, chock full of useful material, and the examples are great. Wonderful job, again, Bruce!

  5. Daniel Sroka Says:

    Congratulations to Bruce!

  6. Trevor Morris Says:

    Just showed my support by purchasing a copy :-)

  7. QT Luong Says:

    Although I did not get it yet, I am sure the book is great (I have the previous edition). However, I suspect that the main reason it is selling so well is that Bridge and the new Camera Raw are just so confusing. For instance, the auto-exposure makes it almost impossible to compare different bracketed frames (they all look the same), and it is really not obvious to get rid of.

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