Despite their often passionate opinions regarding work flow and editing tools, many photographers concur in respecting Adobe Photoshop Elements — an excellent photo-editing program.
Elements is significantly less expensive than the premier photo editor — Photoshop CS — and it’s easier to use. But you still have to learn Elements’ many tools and capabilities. Happily, Photoshop Elements 10: The Missing Manual by Barbara Brundage is here to show you what’s new, enhanced, and different in Version 10.
This month, all Windows Secrets subscribers can download an excerpt: Chapter 7, “Basic Image Retouching.” This chapter takes you past the basics of Quick Fix — describing how to repair exposure problems, manage color, and apply Elements tools to a variety of other photographic image defects.
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Understanding Elements’ photo-editing tools
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- Bonus Download Understanding Elements’ photo-editing tools
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- Best Practices Preserving files for the generations
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