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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2005

    mostly about image editing

    McClelland presents a set of 12 tutorials in the form of this book. It may appeal to you if you are the type who gets fidgety and impatient by just reading a book. Most of us can learn a subject better by doing some problems or tasks in it. Some can only learn in this fashion. Hence the book and its enclosed CD could be handy. Perhaps aided by the CD containing not just the usual data files used in the tutorials, but also a 2 hour video of the author. Most other technical books with CDs don't go to this extent of providing a video. The tutorials themselves delve rather deeply into many aspects of Elements. Like the way it handles both raster and vector objects, where the latter is often text. So you get true proportional scaling of text. Elements, as you might know, is a stripped down version of Photoshop, in terms of its image editing abilities. Its forte is cataloging and publishing that catalog on the web. But in going through this book, it seems mostly about the image editing. The most difficult lessons seem to be here. Which may not be a bad thing. Even if your primay goal is to put up photos on your website, being able to enhance them is a good skill to master.

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