Photoshop Elements 2 Restoration and Retouching
This title presents the capabilities of Photoshop Elements in an easy-to-understand language geared to the home user. It enables readers to restore damaged archival photos, repair scratches and tears, enhance color, and correct poor exposure. It makes the reader a digital plastic surgeon who can correct wrinkles, blemishes, figure flaws, and "bad hair days". It includes information about printing, storing, and protecting images. It appeals to the growing market of consumers interested in genealogy and preserving family heritage.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 203.2 x 226.06 x 17.78mm | 725.74g
- 28 Feb 2003
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
- Illustrations (some col.)
About Laurie Ulrich-Fuller
Laurie Ulrich has a background in fine arts as well as extensive professional experience in graphic and Web design. She is the author of two books on Photoshop and has written extensively on other topics from Microsoft Office to Web design. Laurie also conducts Photoshop classes at universities, corporate training centers, and privately, for growing businesses, non-profit organizations, and home users.
Table of contents
Foreword.Preface.Acknowledgments.Chapter 1: A Tour of Photoshop Elements' Restoring and Retouching Tools.Chapter 2: Scanning Your Original Photographs.Chapter 3: Improving Photo Color and Contrast.Chapter 4: Too Dark or Too Light: Correcting Exposure.Chapter 5: Moving and Removing Unwanted Content.Chapter 6: Repairing Scratches,Tears, and Spots.Chapter 7: Removing Dust, Mold, and Unwanted Textures.Chapter 8: Performing Plastic Surgery with Photoshop Elements.Chapter 9: Mastering Special Effects and Filters.Chapter 10: Printing and Displaying Your Restored Images.Appendix A: Preserving Your Originals.Appendix B: Online Resources.Appendix C: Before and After Images.Glossary.Index.About the Author.Colophon.
"...very useful to any digital photography enthusiast..." (PC How To Digital Photography, May 2004)