- Paperback: 288 pages
- Publisher: Sybex Inc (September 15, 2001)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0782129730
- ISBN-13: 978-0782129731
- Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 0.8 x 10 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 15 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,968,293 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Photoshop Elements Solutions (With CD-ROM) Paperback – September 15, 2001
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From the Publisher
If you're a Photoshop Elements user -- or even if you're not -- Sybex is proud to introduce you to Photoshop Elements Solutions. Written by noted photographer Mikkel Aaland, this book shows readers how to capture the power of Adobes newest user-friendly digital imaging program. Mikkel has written a personable book filled with valuable insights and instruction. Its outstanding written content is matched by its elegant design and hundreds of stunning, full-color images.If you're already a reader of Photoshop Elements Solutions, we've heard your requests and posted additional example images on the Web page for this book.
From the Author
I wrote Photoshop Elements Solutions with a very specific goal in mind: to create a practical book full of solutions to real-world problems associated with using digital images. As I organized and collected dozens and dozens of examples, I imagined a wide range of professionals and serious amateurs who used digital images to sell a product, illustrate a presentation, make a great-looking portrait, or share digital images via email or through the web. I even imagined professional photographers finding much of the information useful. Many professionals photographers are intimated by the complexity of the full version of Photoshop and will welcome the user-friendly aspects of Photoshop Elements and see it as a way to "ramp-up" to the full version when and if they find the need.
Nearly ten years ago I wrote a book titled Digital Photography. The book was dedicated in part to the great photographer, Ansel Adams, who introduced me to digital photography. In the book I wrote that the future of digital photography is now: "The new technology would enable people to make photographic expressions for their own amusement, for the enjoyment of others, or for professional gain." Well, I was a little ahead of myself. Photoshop had to evolve, and so did digital cameras and scanners. Now, with the introduction of Photoshop Elements and affordable digital cameras and scanners, that time I anticipated ten years ago is here. I've really enjoyed writing this book, especially since I can truly say: "The future is now."
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1 Seldom does the author explain why he is entering various amounts in the dialog boxes. This is particularly maddening when . . .
2 The CD with the book only contains a few of the pictures of the techniques being shown in the book. If more of them were on the cd it would be a lot easier to follow along and figure out why the author did what he did.
I'm sure lack of space had much to do with it, but if that were the case, the publisher or author might have considered making the images avialable on the web. These two things greatly diminished my appreciation of what is otherwise an outstanding book.
This is the last Photoshop Elements book you will ever need. What sets this book apart from the others is that there are symbols accompanying the text that correspond with the symbols you see on the screen! You simply read the paragraph and click on the symbol that is illustrated in the book. This makes it much easier to learn and remember the program.
I'm glad I bought this book at $..., but at Amazon's price, it's a steal.
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Chuck Peterson from New Zealand
After buying the first book printed on Photoshop Elements (Introductions).Read more