|Photoshop Elements 4: The art of digital photography|
Ilse Jurriën : February 9th 2006 - 17:25 CET
Photoshop Elements 4: The art of digital photography : As the popularity of digital cameras increases, so does the use of image editing software. Adobe Photoshop Elements provides digital photographers with most of the features and functions of Photoshop - and a few features not available anywhere else - at a fraction of Photoshop's price. Photoshop Elements 4: The Art of Digital Photography (Sybex, an imprint of Wiley; January 2006; $29.99) is the ultimate full-color guide for Elements users looking to get more from the software program. Full of practical solutions enhanced with stunning full-color images, this book is devoted to the creative tasks faced by today's photographer, from sharing photos by TV to advanced compositing.|
Adobe Photoshop Elements 4|
Improved RAW support, an AI tool that automatically finds faces, and one-click tools such as Magic Extractor are just a few of the exciting new features covered in Photoshop Elements 4 solutions. In this book, award-winning photographer Mikkel Aaland takes readers through the power of these tools and teaches Photoshop Elements users to see an image not for what it is, but what it can become. Whether they are digital imaging novices editing family photos or pros working with images for business, Photoshop Elements 4 Solution : The Art of Digital Photography will take readers to a new level of image-editing expertise. Readers can also download dozens of photographs and useful practice files at the website of Wiley.
Techniques covered include:
• Zoom and pan for more compelling slide shows
• Separate foreground from background with Magic Extractor
• Adjust skin tone for a beautiful, natural look
• Integrate more smoothly with Adobe® Premiere® Elements
• Enjoy new RAW support for Adobe DNG files
• Make spectacular panoramics with Photomerge®
• Create composites seamlessly with the Defringe tool
• Get organized with new Creation templates and easier downloading
• Color photos professionally with advanced color control
About author Mikkel Aaland
Mikkel Aaland (San Francisco, CA) is an award-winning photographer and author of ten books, including Shooting Digital. His photography has been published in Wired, Newsweek, and several European periodicals. His work has been exhibited in major institutions around the world, including the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris and the former Lenin Museum in Prague.
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