Digital Quick Guide: Getting Started with Adobe Photoshop Elements offers a clear, no-nonsense approach to teaching basic skills, such as understanding the basic functions of the digital camera and how to arrange a photograph artistically, while more experienced photographers will profit from the guides that focus on complex issues, including effective posing and lighting strategies, color and image balancing methods, and design techniques for perfecting the digital image in Adobe Photoshop Elements.
Amateur photographers will learn to utilize the essential software behind breathtaking digital photography in this comprehensive guide to fabricating the perfect image. Designed to avoid technical jargon and complicated processes, this beginner's manual presents each tool and feature of Adobe Photoshop Elements in short, easy-to-digest lessons that facilitate rapid learning.
Every phase of the printing process is covered, including how to use light correctly, sharpen images that are not quite focused, remove dust and scratches from scanned photos, eliminate red-eye, and crop and resize images. Pairing concise text with screen shots for every step, this handbook makes it easy to get started quickly and begin making images look their best.
About the Author: Michelle Perkins is the author of Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop, Color Correction and Enhancement with Adobe Photoshop, The Practical Guide to Digital Imaging, and Traditional Photographic Effects with Adobe Photoshop. She lives in Buffalo, New York.
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|Hard/Soft Cover||Soft cover|
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|Date Published||July 2005|