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The Photoshop Elements 5 Book for Digital Photographers

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2008

    The Photoshop Elements 5 Book

    Adobe Photoshop Elements 5 is a good program for downloading your digital pictures and making photographs. Add Scott Kelby¿s, The Photoshop Elements 5 Book, and these pictures can be great. Use the book often and your pictures are out of this world. I am amazed how much more I can do each time I review a chapter. Scott Kelby writes the book as if here were talking directly to you. First, what you are going to do or accomplish, then step by step how to do it with illustrations. It would be hard to get lost with his instructions. The fourteen chapters outline what you can do in each section and how to do it. Elements are like a college text book, when once read you kinda remember something can be done and are able to go back to that section. Going to the Table of Contents or Index and you are well on your way to creating excellent pictures. There is a complete chapter on retouching portraits that covers everything from removing blemishes to love handles. Photoshop has an area for storing your pictures. I never really understood it but after fifty pages of instructions it is a great way to find, sort, and stacking your photos. Color correction, shading, softening edges are the basics. The serious stuff comes in the last chapters where you learn to make watermarkings, slideshows, different borders, and configuring your camera for the right color space. Borders on your photographs do make the pictures great for presentation and Elements5 explains the many ways it can be done. After downloading my digital pictures from the camera I start to think what I can do with them based what I have learned in the book. My last project was individual pictures of my family rock climbing and the final results were one picture with all four of them blended in as if they were climbing together. I still have pages marked in this book to try, and it is just a matter of time to try all of the suggestions Scott makes plus ones I make up going along the way.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2007

    I have no regrets in purchasing my copy.

    I didn't fill I could give a honest review, unless I read and used the techniques in the book for a few months. I highly recommend this book for anyone, especially for beginners. It is so well written, and the author doesn't go into a lot of technical words. Each section is written and Illustrated so clearly.

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