Find out how to get more fun from your photos with Photoshop Elements!
Whether you photograph with a top-of-the-line dSLR or snap your family and friends on your cellphone, Photoshop Elements can help you make your photos look their best. And this book makes it easy! Discover how to organize and manage your images, correct common mistakes, tweak color, and print and share your photos any number of ways.
Beginners start here — get familiar with Photoshop Elements — the tools, menus, commands, preferences, and workspaces
Give a makeover — crop photos for better composition, correct an over- or underexposed picture, straighten crooked images, or fix red-eye
Bring out your inner artist — discover how to add effects with filters, get creative with type, or play with the drawing and painting tools
Share your masterpiece — turn your photos into slide shows, calendars, cards, CD/DVD labels, photo books, and even movies
Conjure visual magic — make unwanted objects disappear, move people into or out of an image, and merge photos into a magnificent panorama
Open the book and find:
How to get images into Elements from a variety of sources
Instructions for both Windows and Mac users
Helpful tips for composing better photos
How to correct color, contrast, and clarity
Tips for performing simple image makeovers
Steps for combining multiple images into creative collages
Details about sharing photos on your favorite social networks
How to upload and save images to Photoshop.com
Find your way around the tools, menus, panels, buttons, and options
Edit and crop images, enhance color, fix flaws, and apply filters
Scan a photo, make a slide show, and create a photo album online
IN FULL COLOR!
Barbara Obermeier is principal of Obermeier Design, a graphic design studio in California. She is currently a faculty member in the School of Design at Brooks Institute.
Ted Padova is an internationally recognized authority on Adobe Acrobat, PDF, and digital imaging.