Teach Yourself VISUALLY Photoshop Elements 11 (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 22, 2012 - Computers - 384 pages
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Full-color, step-by-step instruction for using the new Photoshop Elements 11

Covering the most important features of Photoshop Elements 11, this book is packed with step-by-step instructions illustrated with full-color screen shots that clearly shows you how to do tasks, instead of resorting to lengthy explanations. Even better, the book includes an associated website with all the images in the book available for download, so you can get hands-on practice as you go. With this book, veteran author Mike Wooldridge gets up to speed on the latest and best that Photoshop Elements 10 has to offer.

  • Walks you through the improved organizational and navigational tools that will help you categorize images
  • Details the enhanced tool for converting color images to B&W as well as the Flash-based web gallery templates to display images
  • Covers importing photos from digital cameras and scanners, retouching and repairing damaged photos, enhancing digital images, perfecting group shots with Photomerge, and editing images for posting on the web
  • Helps you utilize the sharpness interface to correct blurry images as well as the Curves tool to adjust contract and brightness

Teach Yourself VISUALLY Photoshop Elements 11 makes learning the new Photoshop Elements elementary!


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About the author (2012)

Mike Wooldridge is a technology writer, Web developer, and graduate student at UC Berkeley. This is his fourteenth book in the Visual series.

Linda Wooldridge is a former senior editor at "Macworld," This is her first book.

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