How to Cheat in Photoshop Elements 11: Release Your Imagination

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Taylor & Francis, 2013 - Computers - 293 pages
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"Have you ever wanted to summon magical powers? Create a stained glass style masterpiece? Or turn Summer into Fall? There's a whole world of opportunity out there for creating fun photomontages, powerful panoramas, and dynamic distortions. Redesigned andcompletely rewritten for Elements 11, this book starts you at the basics of photomontage with selection techniques, layers and transformations; leading up to full-length projects for creating magazine covers, fantasy scenes, poster artwork and much, muchmore. This book also features: - A dedicated website where you can download images and tutorial videos that show you how to expand, develop, and master top techniques. - Full color images, a glossary of terms, useful keyboard shortcuts, and a detailed index that will help you locate that fantastic technique in a flash. David Asch is an author and freelance journalist specializing in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements image editing and manipulation"--
 

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Contents

Using keyboard shortcuts
1
Whats new in Elements 11
2
Getting up to speed
6
1 Selection techniques
9
2 Working with layers
33
3 Transformation and distortion
57
4 Hiding and showing
81
5 Image adjustments
97
6 Working with text
127
7 Quick techniques
143
8 A change of scenery
199
9 Art design
231
Glossary
284
Downloadable content
288
Index
290
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David Asch is a beta tester for Photoshop Elements. He contributes to Mac Format magazine, and is co-author of Digital Photo Doctor and contributing author to Drop Dead Photography Techniques.

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