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Organize Your Photos with Adobe Photoshop Elements 3
     

Organize Your Photos with Adobe Photoshop Elements 3

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by Michael Slater
 

It's not taking pictures that scares you; it's what to do with them afterwards that you find daunting when you consider making the move from traditional photography to digital photography. With Photoshop Elements and this friendly guide, it doesn't have to be. Eschewing a raft of technical details and advanced editing techniques for need-to-know basics, this volume

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It's not taking pictures that scares you; it's what to do with them afterwards that you find daunting when you consider making the move from traditional photography to digital photography. With Photoshop Elements and this friendly guide, it doesn't have to be. Eschewing a raft of technical details and advanced editing techniques for need-to-know basics, this volume provides everything you require to begin managing your photo life with the Windows version of Photoshop Elements 3 (which has Photoshop Album built in). After providing a quick introduction to the world of digital photography, veteran author Michael Slater—who's also one of Album's creators—shows you how to get and store photos, organize and find them, perform simple image correction tasks, create fun projects (video CDs, print and electronic cards, and calendars), print digital photos (at home, online, or at retail processors), and share your favorite shots. Throughout, the focus is on keeping it simple and fun while taking advantage of all of Photoshop Elements' cool features.

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ISBN-13:
9780321246967
Publisher:
Adobe Press
Publication date:
11/22/2004
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
372
Product dimensions:
7.32(w) x 9.14(h) x 0.66(d)

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Organize Your Photos with Adobe Photoshop Elements 3 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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The author has a profound knowledge the 'Organizer' (sub program within Photoshop Elements 3). He has a great way of explaining difficult concepts. Slater also covers a lot of 'must know' skills such as backing up your photo files, catalogs and tags. He also extensively covers editing and the use of most tools within PSE 3. Highly recommended for any one who uses PSE 3 (beginner to advanced). I own about 25 books on digital imaging and am rather critical of many of these books. If I was forced to disgard all but 3, this would be one of the 'keepers'. I am not associated with the book's author or publisher in any way.