- Full Description
If you want to get things done quickly with Photoshop Elements, this is the book for you! The unique Express concept allows you to learn in your own way, taking as much or as little time as you like.
The book is split into three sections: Concepts, which introduces the core principles of Photoshop Elements; the Chapters, which are carefully arranged to suit the reader rather than the computer; and finally, the Inspirations section, which shows you how to achieve the results of a professional designer.
No matter what you want to do with Photoshop Elements, this is the book for you. If you want to learn from the ground up, you can start at the Concepts section and follow the book through. If you just need to take the red eyes out of your family photos, or stitch some snaps together to make a panorama, you can head straight for the step-by-step guides.
What's more, the book won't waste your time. Its clearly laid-out pages include hundreds of pictures to show you where you are, and the occasional professional tip that might help you on your way. 'So, will that be Photoshop Elements Express to go?' You bet it will.
Photoshop Elements Express is designed as a clear, concise and graphical introduction to Photoshop Elements, and assumes no prior knowledge of the software. However, teh authors expect the reader to be familiar with the computer, be it Windows or Mac, and any digital camera or scanners they may have. Friends of ED provides e-mail support for all of our books, so you'll always have a friend in the trade.
Both authors use Photoshop day in and day out in their professional lives. Marilene Oliver is a fine artist based in London, where she works at the Royal College of Art. Andrew Beckley is a designer with ShelfStacker.com, also based in London. In addition, the Inspirations section includes work by "New Master of Photoshop" Gavin Cromhout.
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