Photoshop Elements 6 for Windows

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Peachpit Press, 2008 - Computers - 360 pages
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Photoshop Elements is geared for business users, students, educators, and home users who want professional-looking images for their print and Web projects, but don't want or need the advanced power of Adobe Photoshop. With Photoshop Elements 6 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide, readers can start reading from the beginning of the book to get a tour of the interface and start with image-editing basics, or they can look up specific tasks to learn just what they need to know. This task-based, visual reference guide uses step-by-step instructions and plenty of screenshots to show readers how to capture photos, reduce red eye, correct color, work with layers, and much more. Updated to cover Photoshop Elements 6 and it's new features including the refined compositing capabilities that allow for seamless panoramas and stitching together the perfect group photo. Both beginning and intermediate users will find what they need here--in straightforward language and with readily accessible examples.

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Chapter 2 The Organizer
Chapter 3 Creating and Managing Images
Chapter 4 Quick Fix Edits
Chapter 5 Making Selections
Chapter 6 Fixing and Retouching Photos
Chapter 7 Changing and Adjusting Colors
Chapter 8 Working with Layers
Chapter 9 Filters and Effects
Chapter 11 Working with Type
Chapter 12 Preparing Images for the Web
Chapter 13 Saving and Printing Images
Chapter 14 Sharing Your Images
Editor Keyboard Shortcuts
Organizer Keyboard Shortcuts

Chapter 10 Painting and Drawing

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Jeff Carlson is the author of all editions of the iMovie: Visual QuickStart Guide and Making a Movie with iMovie and iDVD: Visual QuickProject Guide. He divides his time between his Seattle Web design company, Never Enough Coffee Creations, and writing for publications such as Macworld, I.D., and HOW Magazine. He is also the managing editor of the weekly electronic newsletter TidBITS, which covers Macintosh and Internet issues.

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