It might be the cut-down, budget version of Photoshop, but Photoshop Elements should not be dismissed lightly. While it's true that Elements is aimed primarily at amateur photographers and home users, it is still a fantastically powerful piece of software, and retains many of Photoshop's most exciting features.
Photoshop Elements Drop-Dead Photography Effects shows how the application can do so much more than merely correct exposure, boost contrast, and fix colour casts. The book offers a remarkable showcase of the amazing, drop-dead special effects easily within the scope of every digital photographer.
Scores of detailed step-by-step workthroughs show how ordinary everyday photographs can be turned into surreal fantasy landscapes, images of amazing alien life-forms, and scenes of other-worldly beauty.
Photoshop Elements Drop-Dead Photography Effects is guaranteed to inspire, unlock creativity, and ensure that no photographer looks at their pictures in the same way again.
About the Editor
Steve Luck has enjoyed an interest in photography for over 20 years, and has been involved with digital imaging for over four years. He spent three years as the editorial director of Ilex Press, during which time he oversaw the publication of more than 35 books on digital photography and related subjects. He is now a freelance writer, editor, and photographer based in the South-West of England.
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Comments about Photoshop Elements Drop-Dead Photography Techniques:
I can't see it to be able to read MucH of it at one time. Printing is small & not on a contrasting colour background.Also only covers up to PSE3, although that should not detract from it's contents as the latest PSE has common themes.
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Format: Paperback with Flaps on Inside & Back Covers
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 5th May 2005
Dimensions (cm): 26.0 x 23.1 x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.938