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Paperback How to Wow with Photoshop Elements 4 Book

ISBN: 0321375823

ISBN13: 9780321375827

How to Wow with Photoshop Elements 4

Helps you to navigate through the various possibilities of Adobe Photoshop Elements 4. This book begins with the essentials of workflow and then moves on to photo organizing and optimizing and retouching and enhancing. It also includes a CD that contains what you need to work through the projects in the book and start creating your own graphics.

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Great book with lots of good information for those just starting out. Don't expect to be an expert after one read. You do have to practice in order for what you learn to actually be of benefit. The CD is great too! Lots of nice extras!

How to Wow with Photoshop Elements 4

Book Review of How To Wow with Photoshop Elements 4 Reviewed by Marty Grauer, Fresno MUG Rating 4 Stars Although this book was written for Windows users, it can provide much useful information for the Macintosh. There is a great transfer of knowledge here. There is somewhat of an emphasis on retouching especially of people. The book begins with The Organizer, which Mac users may not have a need for since they have iPhoto for such a purpose as well as storage. It then progresses to The editor, and several others before getting to rezizing, replacing a background, working with layers, managing colors,raw files, scanning images, fixing images, and many more topics. Subjects are presented in a way making them understandable. In the back of the book is a CD with the images necessary to complete the lessons presented. There is coverage of the new features of Elements 4 which are not in Elements 3. The authors stress the use of layers which Mac users will find not completely necessary. They also save the files in .psd ( Photoshop format) which a large file size. This could make one run out of Hard Drive space. The easiest way is to save as a .tiff,.png or .jpg, using far less memory yet still leaving the original. The basic difference between Windows and Macintosh is the changing of the Apple (command) key for the Alt Key. Marty Grauer, Fresno Macintosh Users Group
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