The Photoshop Elements 5 Book for Digital Photographers

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Pearson Education, Nov 13, 2006 - Computers - 512 pages
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Best-selling author Scott Kelby is well known for his plain-English style, his humorous tone, and his unparalleled ability to cut through all the technical jargon that other authors use when writing about image-editing programs. Here, Scott delivers great techniques on Photoshop Elements 5 that his readers understand and use to make the best possible images. With this newest release of Photoshop Elements, Scott shows readers how to work with their images like a pro, from importing to organization to correction to output. Readers will learn all they need to know about the digital photography workflow, as well as the latest secrets of the pros to help them create the best special effects, apply the most useful sharpening techniques, and avoid many of the hassles and problems that are encountered in digital photography (such as digital noise and color halos).

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Great book for beginners. It has detailed steps for most of the basic photoshopping techniques one would want to use. Read full review


Managing Photos Using
Mastering Camera
Resizing and Cropping
Color Correction
Digital Camera Image Problems
Selection Techniques
Photo Restoration Techniques
Sharpening Techniques
Showing It to Your
Creating Your Own Custom Copyright Brush
Creating a Digital Frame
Putting Your Photos Up on the
Getting One 5x7 Two 2 5x3 5 and Four WalletSize Photos
How to Make Presentations

Retouching Portraits
Removing Unwanted Objects
Photographic Special Effects
Color Management

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About the author (2006)

Scott Kelby is Editor-in-Chief of Photoshop User magazine, President of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, Executive Editor of the Photoshop Elements Techniques newsletter, and is technical chair of Photoshop World, the largest Photoshop gathering in the industry.

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