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Paint Shop Pro doesn't get the press that Photoshop does. But if you're a photographer, it's one heck of a tool. Try it with a copy of this book by your side. See for yourself.
If you've used Paint Shop Pro in the distant past, you'll find Corel's version "XI" is far more elegant and powerful than you might expect. Ken McMahon discusses everything that's new, of course -- from the Organizer to the new Color Changer, Skin Smoother, and film simulation.
But even if you've never used Paint Shop Pro, this book's photographer-centered coverage (and great images) will get you comfortable in a hurry. Each chapter offers hands-on projects, too. So, next time you need to fix an underexposed sky, hand-color a B&W shot, or correct faulty perspective, you'll have done it already -- piece of cake. Bill Camarda, from the March 2007 Read Only