Revue de presse
"...overall it gives a better understanding of many of the issues...worth buying this book even before you upgrade" (GadgetSpeak.com, March 13th 2009)
Quatrième de couverture
Whether you′re a hobbyist or a pro, look what you can do with Elements! Photoshop Elements is a full–featured image editing program, and this full–color guide gives you the scoop on all the coolest features. It′s easy to enhance your images, fix flaws, and share pictures online. Whether you′re concerned about color profile embedding or just want to put your kid′s photo on a calendar, Elements can do it, and here′s how! Get it together use the Organizer to easily sort, find, and compare photos and open them for editing Make it easy correct small problems with Quick Fix, keep track of images with the Project Bin, and take charge with shortcuts Be creative turn your photos into postcards, calendars, greeting cards, and photo albums with a few mouse clicks Master simple makeovers to straighten crooked images, crop for better composition, or fix color, sharpness, red–eye, and contrast Share present your photos as a slideshow, use Web hosting, animate images, or create movie files Open the book and find: How to get images into Elements from all kinds of sources Steps for working with resolution, color modes, and file formats Ways to organize and manage your photos Tips for performing simple image makeovers Secrets for making and modifying selections How to combine multiple images into creative collages Creative applications for filters, effects, and styles How to upload and save images to Photoshop.com
Biographie de l'auteur
Barbara Obermeier is the principal of Obermeier Design, a graphic design studio in California specializing in print and Web design. She is currently a Graphic Design faculty member at Brooks Institute. Ted Padova is an internationally recognized authority on Adobe® Acrobat®, PDF, and digital imaging.