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How to Do Everything with Photoshop Elements 4.0

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Edit, organize, and show off your photos using Photoshop Elements 4.0 and the expert tips in this full-color guide. You’ll learn to customize the program to suit your preferences, and then get started retouching, repairing, and enhancing digital images in no time. Step-by-step examples show you how to crop images, fix color, focus, and exposure problems, eliminate defects, manipulate images, add special effects, and much more. You’ll also get tips for getting high-quality prints...

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Overview

Edit, organize, and show off your photos using Photoshop Elements 4.0 and the expert tips in this full-color guide. You’ll learn to customize the program to suit your preferences, and then get started retouching, repairing, and enhancing digital images in no time. Step-by-step examples show you how to crop images, fix color, focus, and exposure problems, eliminate defects, manipulate images, add special effects, and much more. You’ll also get tips for getting high-quality prints and creating a Web gallery.

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If you bought Photoshop Elements 4 to improve, manage, and share your digital photographs, this book will help you master every program feature you care about. You won’t find endless paeans to the digital era here, nor detailed discussions of generic photography technique. Nothing distracts David Plotkin from the task at hand: helping you make the most of Elements in digital photography.

Plotkin’s explanations are simple enough for absolute beginners yet smart enough for those who take their photographs very seriously. You’ll learn newbie techniques like QuickFix, but you won’t stop there; you’ll also master spot repairs, layer masks and styles, perspective, PhotoMerge panoramas, and lots more.

There’s a full section on organizing and sharing your images -- and, with Plotkin’s detailed coverage of everything from photo albums to web viewing, chances are you’ll be doing plenty of sharing. Bill Camarda, from the February 2006 Read Only

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072262674
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/21/2005
  • Series: How to Do Everything Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 464
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.77 (d)

Meet the Author

David Plotkin designs computer systems and databases, and maintains Web sites for various nonprofit and charitable organizations. He is an experienced film and digital photographer and has written several books, including How to Do Everything with Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 and How to Do Everything with Digital Image Pro 9.

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Navigate in Photoshop Elements 3
Ch. 2 Get your images into Photoshop Elements 27
Ch. 3 View your images in Photoshop Elements 41
Ch. 4 Crop and orient your images 61
Ch. 5 Correct the color, lighting, and focus of an image 69
Ch. 6 Adjust exposure and quick-fix your photos 87
Ch. 7 Choose and customize paint and brush tools 101
Ch. 8 Touch up your photos with brushes 111
Ch. 9 Clean up areas with darkroom-like tools 119
Ch. 10 Make selections 137
Ch. 11 Apply corrections to selected areas 157
Ch. 12 Create and manage layers 171
Ch. 13 Work with layer masks 197
Ch. 14 Customize layers with layer styles 209
Ch. 15 Apply perspective and add objects and shapes 217
Ch. 16 Use filters to change the look of your images 233
Ch. 17 Add type to your images 245
Ch. 18 Build panoramas from your images 263
Ch. 19 Organize your photos with Organizer 275
Ch. 20 Work with multiple images in Organizer 309
Ch. 21 Use tags and collections in Organizer 321
Ch. 22 Prepare your images for the Web and viewing 347
Ch. 23 Print and modify batches of images 357
Ch. 24 Build creations with your photos 373
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