The Hidden Power of Photoshop® Elements 3 / Edition 1by Richard Lynch
Pub. Date: 12/01/2004
Thanks to release 3, which offers RAW support and 16-bit image editing for digital photographers, Photoshop Elements is more powerful than ever. But here's the real news: this popular application already contains a huge stash of hidden power that anyone with the right/b>
Clear Instruction + Custom Power Tools = Supercharged Results from Photoshop Elements
Thanks to release 3, which offers RAW support and 16-bit image editing for digital photographers, Photoshop Elements is more powerful than ever. But here's the real news: this popular application already contains a huge stash of hidden power that anyone with the right knowledge and tools can put to work.
In this thorough update of his award-winning best-seller, Richard Lynch supplies those tools, plus the in-depth background and detailed instruction you need to apply them effectively. In no time, you'll be using Photoshop Elements to get results you never thought possible. For example:
- Get better color by using channels, custom separations, and image luminosity
- Create photo-realistic objects and incorporate them into existing images
- Use animation and rollovers to make images dynamic
- Correct image tone and color with Curves, Color Balance, and custom layer-blending tools
- Target your corrections by using advanced masks and selections
- Use vectors to create scalable line art for logos
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- 7.50(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.72(d)
Table of Contents
PART I: PREPARATION AND CONCEPTS FOR SERIOUS IMAGE EDITING.
Chapter 1: Essentials of Images and Image Editing.
PART II: WRESTLING WITH IMAGE TONE 41 AND CONTRAST.
Chapter 2: Separating Image Components.
Chapter 3: Correcting Image Tone.
PART III: SERIOUS COLOR CORRECTION.
Chapter 4: General Color Correction Applying Levels and Curves.
Chapter 5: Specific Color Enhancement.
PART IV: REBUILDING IMAGES.
Chapter 6: Altering Composition.
Chapter 7: Reshaping Image Elements.
PART V: IMAGES IN PRINT.
Chapter 8: Vectors.
Chapter 9: Options for Printing.
PART VI: IMAGES ON THE WEB.
Chapter 10: Creating and Using Web Graphics.
Appendix: Other Concepts and References.
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