Photoshop Elements 7 For Dummies
Photoshop Elements 7 For Dummies gives you the scoop on using this full-featured photo-editing program.
You ll find out how to transform your ordinary photos into visually stunning creations. This book gives you the tools to enhance your images, fix flaws, share pictures online, correct small problems with Quick Fix, keep track of images with the Project Bin, take charge with Shortcuts, present your photos as a slideshow, use Web hosting, animate images, and create movie files. You ll also learn to:
Use the Organizer to move around efficiently in ElementsCorrect color, brightness, contrast, and exposureUse Adobe s free Photoshop.com serviceStreamline your work using shortcutsWork with bitmap, grayscale, and indexed color modesCreate albums and import imagesFollow creative applications for filters and effectsPrepare images for printingTurn your photos into postcards, calendars, greeting cards, and photo albumsStraighten crooked lines, crop for effect, or fix color, sharpness, red-eye, and contrast
Photoshop Elements 7 For Dummies shows you how to use all the Elements of great image editing, management, and photo fun. Whether you re concerned about color profile embedding or just want to put your kid s photo on a calendar, you ll learn how with this book!
- Paperback | 400 pages
- 187.96 x 231.14 x 22.86mm | 952.54g
- 17 Nov 2008
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
- John Wiley & Sons Ltd
- Chichester, United Kingdom
- 1. Auflage
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About Barbara Obermeier
Back cover copy
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
Table of contents
Part I: Getting Started.
Chapter 1: Getting to Know the Work Area.
Chapter 2: Getting Ready to Edit.
Chapter 3: Working with Resolutions, Color Modes, and File Formats.
Part II: Getting Organized.
Chapter 4: Getting Your Images.
Chapter 5: Viewing and Finding Your Images.
Chapter 6: Organizing and Managing Your Photos.
Part III: Selecting and Correcting Photos.
Chapter 7: Making and Modifying Selections.
Chapter 8: Working with Layers.
Chapter 9: Simple Image Makeovers.
Chapter 10: Correcting Contrast, Color, and Clarity.
Part IV: Exploring Your Inner Artist.
Chapter 11: Playing with Filters, Effects, Styles, and More.
Chapter 12: Drawing and Painting.
Chapter 13: Working with Type.
Part V: Printing, Creating, and Sharing.
Chapter 14: Getting It on Paper.
Chapter 15: Showing It Onscreen.
Chapter 16: Making Creations and Sharing.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 17: Ten Tips for Composing Better Photos.
Chapter 18: Ten More Project Ideas.