Photoshop Elements 2

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Expand your creative potential exponentially by learning to maximize the tools and technologies available in Photoshop Elements. This well-written resource is perfectly suited for business professionals or home users who want the power of a digital image editor without wading through the complications of a full-service graphics program such as Photoshop. You'll quickly become familiar with the features, tools, and techniques to work your own digital darkroom magic and create beautiful graphics, illustrations, and...
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Overview

Expand your creative potential exponentially by learning to maximize the tools and technologies available in Photoshop Elements. This well-written resource is perfectly suited for business professionals or home users who want the power of a digital image editor without wading through the complications of a full-service graphics program such as Photoshop. You'll quickly become familiar with the features, tools, and techniques to work your own digital darkroom magic and create beautiful graphics, illustrations, and artwork. Understand layers, selections, and exposure. Generate text, special effects, and composite images. Plus -- Photoshop Elements 2: The Complete Reference will help you prepare your work for presentation in print, slide show projections, or the Web.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072224757
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 9/17/2002
  • Series: Osborne Complete Reference Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 796
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.56 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1 Installing Elements for Peak Performance 3
2 What Elements Does Best 27
3 Touring Elements' Functional Components 51
4 The Palettes 153
5 Tools and the Toolbox 187
6 A Deeper Look at Recipes 229
7 The Art of Selections 253
8 Understanding Layers 277
9 Blending It All Together 317
10 Collecting, Cataloging, and Managing Images 349
11 Getting Into Shape: Resizing, Stretching, and Distorting Your Images 391
12 Correcting Exposure, Contrast, and Color Balance 413
13 Retouching and Repairing 439
14 Filter Effects 473
15 Creating Special Effects, Text, and Shapes 555
16 Painting in Elements 617
17 Making Composite Images 663
18 Publishing Your Images to the Web 691
19 Printing Your Images for Presentation 727
Index 741
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