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Award-winning photographers Ellen Anon and Josh Anon reveal the secrets to creating superlative nature images using their field-tested methods and practical instruction in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. You'll find eye-opening techniques, terrific workflow ideas, and timesaving ways to apply a broad array of Photoshop tools to optimize your images—from improving tonal values and adjusting color to adding effects and creating panoramas.
The book includes spectacular photographs from exotic places around the world shot by Ellen and Josh, as well as tips and examples from some of the most esteemed professional nature photographers, including Michael Reichmann, George Lepp, Joe McDonald, Arthur Morris, John Shaw, Tony Sweet, and others—with every photo hand-picked to inspire you.
Adjust color and exposure to fine-tune detail and capture mood
Use Smart Objects and Filters to create flexible workflows
Create depth-of-field and high-dynamic-range composites to go beyond camera limitations
Create Actions, use shortcuts, and automate tasks to save time
Explore the surprisingly rich toolset of Photoshop Elements
Valuable CD-ROM with Video Training
The CD includes more than 60 minutes of video training that focuses on new features in Photoshop CS4 and some techniques for Photoshop Elements users, and also draws from the authors' years of workshop teaching experience. You'll also find sample images to help you practice the techniques in the book.
Find out how to take advantage of the new Adjustment Brush in Adobe Camera Raw to quickly make localized adjustments without using a layer mask.
Learn how to create dramatic black-and-white versionsof your images.
Josh Anon is a technical director at Pixar Animation Studios and has been a nature photographer for over half his life. His work has appeared in a variety of media. On weekends when he's not shooting, he teaches photography workshops. Both Ellen and Josh's images are represented by the prestigious Jaynes Gallery.
It was great to find a Photoshop book focused on Nature photography.
These two authors make a great pair and know their stuff.
This wonderful book is laid out in well organized sections with easy to follow step by step instructions. Read morePublished on November 10, 2009 by D from the EastBay
The first edition with Grey was a truly superior product. The new one may not be that superior. Mostly, the inclusion of Photoshop Essentials does not interest me, or make the... Read morePublished on May 19, 2009 by Robert E. Rush
This book is excellent and continues where cs3 left off. Ellon has a writing style that I really enjoy!Published on February 11, 2009 by James A. Lee