Author(s): Barbara Obermeier
Perfect your photos and images with this "focused" guide to the latest version of Photoshop Elements For most of us, the professional-level Photoshop is overkill for our needs. Amateur photographers and photo enthusiasts turn to Photoshop Elements for a powerful but simpler way to edit and retouch their snapshots.
Barbara Obermeier is principal of Obermeier Design, a graphic design studio in California. She is currently a faculty member in the School of Design at Brooks Institute. Ted Padova is an internationally recognized authority on Adobe Acrobat, PDF, and digital imaging.
Introduction. 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 (Windows). 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. Index.