How to do Everything with Photoshop Elementsby Molly W. Joss
Another release in our popular How to Do Everything series,this friendly,solutions-oriented book is filled with step-by-step examples that illustrate how to create professional-quality digital images for print and the Web from your digital and scanned images. Each chapter begins with the specific how-to topics that will be covered,and within the chapter,each topic is accompanied by a solid,easy-to-follow walkthrough of the process.
Make image-editing magic by mastering the professional-level tools available in this innovative application. Learn to retouch,repair,publish,and add effects to digital photos and graphics. Add visual punch with a vast array of artistic enhancements,or make surgically precise changes to perfect existing images. Add drama to your images with photography techniques including lighting,composition,and cropping. Create images and backgrounds by combining simple edits,textures,or portions of existing images,as well as using filters and other menu items. How To Do Everything with Photoshop Elements will teach you to transform digital images into works of art.
- Get immediate results from digital image-enhancing features
- Remove red-eye,dust,and scratches from treasured photos
- Use Filter,Enhance,Layer,Select,and other menu items to make quick improvements
- Import and batch images for quick transformations
- Add text to an image,edit,apply effects,or write on a curved line
- Remove unwanted details,delete or replace backgrounds,and create new images from old ones
- Import,customize,and publish PDFs,digital or scanned photographs,downloaded graphics,and more
- Adjust the focal point of images and draw attention to specificareas
- Perform projects throughout the book to help learn and retain skills and techniques
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My first test was to see if the red eye instructions gave any better results than the Adobe manual. Alas, they didn't. How do you hold the mouse button down and click at the same time? I got better results from an Adobe forum source, but I still can't get the red eye brush to work.