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Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 for Photographers The Creative Use of Photoshop Elements on Mac and PC

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ISBN-10: 0240523822

ISBN-13: 9780240523828

Edition: 2012

Authors: Philip Andrews

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With a new edition of this best-selling guide to Photoshop Elements, Philip Andrews takes his comprehensive coverage further than ever before. Using a perfect blend of colorful images and helpful screen shots, Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 for Photographers covers every function and feature of Elements 10. Whether you are a new user wanting to take your first steps into the world of digital image editing, or a seasoned pro looking for professional-quality results from your images, this expert guide will help you get up to speed.Starting with the basics of importing and organizing your images through to the essentials of image adjustments and corrections, Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 for Photographers builds up your skills before moving on to more advanced techniques. Complex topics such as effectively working with layers and filters, creating panoramas, and outputting your images for web and print will have you pushing your images and creativity further than ever before. Completed by a series of small projects to put your new skills to the test, this book covers it all!Incorporating general photography tips along the way, Philip Andrews has geared this essential guide towards the digital photographer and all your needs.Packed with images and screen shots to show you how to get the most out of your imagesWritten by Adobe Ambassador and Elements expert Philip AndrewsTutorials and professional examples show you how to put your new skills to the test in the real worldBe sure to visit the accompanying websites www.PhotoshopElements.net and pse-4-photographers.photoshop.com for additional Elements 10 tutorials, tips, example galleries, offers and advice.An experience photographer, author, editor and online course creator, Philip Andres is Adobe Australia's official Photoshop and Elements Ambassador, making him the perfect guide to the Elements software.*Comprehensive guide to Elements packed full of screenshots, colorful images and step-by-step tutorials that will help you get up to speed quickly so you can spend less time reading and more time creating*Written by an expert author whose tips and tricks are featured in the official Adobe Inspirational Browser*A supplemental website with additional learning materials, including video tutorials and downloadable images, lets you start practicing right away  *Fully updated to cover all of the new features in Elements 10
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Book details

List price: $35.99
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 11/28/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 488
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.684
Language: English

Jane Alexander is a journalist and writer specializing in natural health and holistic living. She is known for her writing on all aspects of alternative and complementary health care; self-help; psychology; and mind/body/spirit. She lives in a remote farmhouse in Exmoor National Park in the UK.Philip Andrews has written extensively on digital photography, traditional photography, & multimedia for many magazines & newspapers, including "Amateur Photographer", "British Journal of Photography", Practical Photography", & "Digital Photo & Design".

Introduction
Acknowledgements
Introducing Photoshop Elements
Digital Basics
Photography is everywhere
The beginning - the digital photograph
Creating digital photos
Quality factors in a digital image
The steps in the digital process
Where does Photoshop Elements fit into the process?
Photoshop Elements
Top tools for the photographer
The Photoshop Elements workflow
The Organizer workspace
The Editor workspace
Moving between Organizer and Editor spaces
The Create and Share task panes
New and improved features for Photoshop Elements 10
Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements
Photoshop Elements for the Apple Macintosh
First steps
The Welcome screen
Getting your pictures into Elements
Viewing your pictures
Image rotating
Cropping and straightening
Automatic corrections
Printing
Saving
Organizing your pictures
Backing up your files
The Photographer's Toolkit
Organize
The Organizer workspace
The Welcome Screen
The Organizer Menu Bar
The Organizer Shortcuts Bar
The Organizer Bottom Bar
Managing your photos with the Organizer
Organizing and searching features
Albums - the Elements way to group alike photos
Locating files
Attaching a Map Reference (Windows only)
Protecting your assets
Fix
The Fix Task Pane
Automatic editing options
Automating editing of several pictures at once
Create
Photo projects
Photo Book and Photo Collages
Photo Calendar
Photo Stamps
Greeting Cards
Photo Prints
Flipbook (Win only)
Slide Shows (Win only)
CD and DVD Jackets
VCD/DVD with Menu
CD/DVD Labels
Instant Movie
Share
Share, share and share alike!
Online Album
E-mail Attachments
Share Video with YouTube
Burn Video DVD/BluRay
Online Video Sharing
Phone Photos
Share to Flickr
Share toFacebook
Send to SmugMug Gallery
PDF Slide Show
Kodak EasyShare Gallery
Archiving files direct to CD/DVD
Raw Shooting
Better digital capture
Enabling your Raw camera
Modifying your capture workflow for Raw
Auto Raw Conversions
The Adobe Camera Raw utility
Key tools in the Adobe Camera Raw utility
Key Adobe Camera Raw Controls
Output options
The manual raw conversion process via ACR
Keeping ACR up to date
Other Raw plug-ins
Raw file queue
Editor Guided
The Guided editor mode -'help when you need it'
Guided Edit Options
Editor Quick
The Quick editor mode - 'quick change central'
Editor Full
The Full Editor interface
Setting up your screen for Elements
Setting Color Management in Photoshop Elements
Brightness and contrast changes
Dodge and Burn tools
Color corrections
Elements in Action
Advanced Techniques
Transforming the shape of photos
The importance of Bit Depth
Manual tonal control
Specialized color control
High quality sharpening techniques
Retouching techniques
Adding texture to an image
Changing the size of your images
Selections
Selection basics
Beyond One Step Selections
Layers
Layers and their origins
Layer Masking techniques
Text
Creating simple type
Creating paragraph text
Basic text changes
Align that type!
Creating and using type masks
Reducing the 'jaggies'
Warping type
Applying styles to type layers
Debunking some common type terms
Other ways to add text
Painting and Drawing
Painting tools
Custom brush creation
Painting tools in action
Drawing tools
Filter And Plug-INS
Using filters and plug-ins
Photomerge
Taking images with Photomerge in mind
Getting images into Photomerge
Photomerge Group Shot
Photomerge Faces
Photomerge Scene Cleaner
Photomerge Exposure
Photomerge Panorama
Fixing Photomerge problems
Photomerge Style Match
Photo Books, Collages, Calendars and Cards
Elements' advanced layout options
Creating Photo Books with Elements
Creating Photo Collages with Elements
Creating Greeting Cards with Elements
Creating Photo Calendars with Elements
Creating an Elements Photo Book in detail
Edit an existing design
Adding, replacing and removing photos
Adding, moving and deleting pages
Web and Services
The Photoshop Elements community
Images and the Net
Getting the balance right
Web compression formats side by side
Making your own web gallery
Other ways to share Albums
Other options for sharing your images online
Sending your Elements photos to Flickr
Other Photo Site Sharing options
Sending images as email attachments
Photoshop.com is your new online partner
Creating your own slideshows
Printing
Pathways to printing in Elements
Making your first print
Making multiple prints
Color Management in the Print Dialog
Typical printing problems and their solutions
Web-based Printing
Printing directly from Photoshop.com
Index