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How to Do Everything with Photoshop Elements 3.0 (How to Do Everything With--)

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Publisher Comments:

Get the most out of the powerful image-editing features of Photoshop Elements 3.0 with help from this full-color guide. First, learn to navigate and customize the program to suit your preferences. Then, get started retouching, repairing, and enhancing digital images in no time. Step-by-step examples show you how to crop images, fix color, focus, and exposure problems, eliminate defects, manipulate images, add special effects, and much more. You’ll also get tips for getting great prints and posting your photos on the Web.
  • Import images into Photoshop or create new images from scratch
  • Crop, rotate, and change the size of images
  • Correct color, contrast, lighting, exposure, and focus
  • Touch up photos and hide defects
  • Use layers, masks, gradients, and filters to create special effects
  • Include text and shapes in your images
  • Create panoramics, cards, calendars, and photo books
  • Prepare images for print or the Web
  • Organize your images and modify batches of images

About the Author - David Plotkin designs computer systems and databases, and maintains Web sites for various nonprofit and charitable organizations. He is an experienced film and digital photographer and has written several books, including How to Do Everything with Photoshop Elements 2 and How to Do Everything with Digital Image Pro 9.

Synopsis:

Get the most out of Photoshop Elements with help from this easy-to-use, full-color guide. Learn to fix images, remove red-eye and other flaws, restore photographs, use layers, create photo collages, work with filters, add type, and more. Plus, get tips for printing your images and posting them to the Internet.

Synopsis:

Use the latest version of Photoshop Elements and this easy-to-understand book to create professional-quality images for print and the Web from your very own digital and scanned images. This guide will show you how to take advantage of the flexible tools and versatile output options so you can be more creative than you ever imagined!

About the Author

David Plotkin (Walnut Creek, CA) maintains professional web sites for nonprofit organizations using FrontPage. He has authored mnay books including: Special Edition, Using Lotus Approach (Que) and The Filemaker Pro Bible (IDG).

Table of Contents

Part I: Get to Know Photoshop Elements

Chapter 1: Navigate in Photoshop Elements

Chapter 2: Configure Photoshop Elements

Chapter 3: Get Your Images into Photoshop Elements

Chapter 4: View Your Images in Photoshop Elements

Part II: Make Simple Adjustments to Your Images

Chapter 5: Crop and Orient Your Images

Chapter 6: Correct the Color, Lighting, and Focus of an Image

Chapter 7: Choose and Customize Paint and Brush Tools

Chapter 8: Touch Up Your Photos with Brushes and Shapes

Chapter 9: Clean Up Areas with Darkroom-Like Tools

Part III: Apply Changes to Specific Parts of Your Photos

Chapter 10: Make Selections

Chapter 11: Apply Corrections to Selected Areas

Chapter 12: Create and Manage Layers

Chapter 13: Work with Layer Masks

Chapter 14: Customize Layers with Layer Styles

Chapter 15: Transform and Rotate Part of an Image

Chapter 16: Add Objects to Photographs

Chapter 17: Add Simple Shapes to Your Images

Part IV: Use Effects, Filters, and Text to Go Beyond the Darkroom

Chapter 18: Use Filters to Change the Look of Your Images

Chapter 19: Add Type to Your Images

Chapter 20: Build Panoramics from Your Images

Part V: Share and Organize Your Images

Chapter 21: Organize Your Photos with Organizer

Chapter 22: Use Tags and Collections in Organizer

Chapter 23: Prepare Your Images for the Web and Viewing

Chapter 24: Print and Modify Batches of Images

Gallery: Correct an Old, Faded Family Portrait

Product Details

ISBN:
9780072258059
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media
Subject:
Photography
Author:
Plotkin, David
Author:
Plotkin, David N.
Subject:
Computer Graphics - General
Subject:
Computer graphics
Subject:
Desktop Publishing - General
Subject:
Computer Graphics - Photoshop
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1
Series:
How to Do Everything With--
Publication Date:
December 2004
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
458
Dimensions:
9.34x7.34x.88 in. 2.06 lbs.

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Product details 458 pages McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media - English 9780072258059 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Get the most out of Photoshop Elements with help from this easy-to-use, full-color guide. Learn to fix images, remove red-eye and other flaws, restore photographs, use layers, create photo collages, work with filters, add type, and more. Plus, get tips for printing your images and posting them to the Internet.
"Synopsis" by , Use the latest version of Photoshop Elements and this easy-to-understand book to create professional-quality images for print and the Web from your very own digital and scanned images. This guide will show you how to take advantage of the flexible tools and versatile output options so you can be more creative than you ever imagined!
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