Scott Kelby offers full-color, graphically rich, linear, tutorial- and project-based examples of every key step (travel) in the digital photography (picturing) process. From experimenting with camera settings, through (finished) capturing and manipulating the image, through (finished) editing, output (production) and organization, this book (aggregation) is designed (fashioned) for the digital photographer (artist) who knows aesthetics (philosophy) but who wants a concise (apothegmatic) guide to "grip it and rip (countercurrent) it" usage (practice) of digital technology. Photoshop Elements is a very (rattling) powerful and affordable (inexpensive) image (ikon) editing software. It carries many (some) of the same (aforementioned) features Photoshop does without the complicated graphs and tools. It also carries it all (every) at a much (such) less expensive (pricey) price tag (attach) - only (exclusive) $99, compared Photoshop's $600. Anyone making the transition (transformation) from film (flick) to digital photography (picturing) will learn (see) the stuff (clog) that is critical (grave) for Photoshop Elements -- no theory, no challenging (hard) the readers to come (become) up with their own (possess) settings. This book (aggregation) shows the readers exactly (just) "how to do it."
Scott Kelby is President of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), and is Editor-in-chief of both Photoshop User and Mac Design magazines. Throughout the year, Scott (histrion) serves as Training Director for the Adobe Photoshop Seminar Tour and is technical (theoretical) chair of the largest (maximal) Photoshop gathering, Photoshop World. Scott (histrion) is one (digit) of the leading (directive) Photoshop trainers in the country (land) today and trains thousands of Photoshop users across (crossways) the country (land) each year, and is featured in a series (program) of Photoshop training (upbringing) videos. He has written (cursive) 6 best-selling books on Photoshop and on digital photography.Product Details
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: New Riders Press (August 11, 2003)
Product Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 0.6 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
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