If you’ve chosen Photoshop Elements 3.0 as your image editor, you’ve got almost too much power at your command. It can do so much -- where do you start? Philip Andrews can help. He shows you both the trees and the forest. No Elements book is better at explaining why each tool exists, what problems it solves, and when you’ll need it.
Andrews covers all the basics, plus a host of advanced techniques (such as working with RAW files). He shows how to create panoramas; then prepare images for Web, email (and, yeah, even print). You’ll walk through designing everything from calendars to VCDs, restaurant menus to logos. The book’s full-color throughout, and Andrews’s image examples aren’t just instructive, they’re attractive, too. Bill Camarda, from the April 2005 Read Only