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Advanced Photoshop Elements 7 for Digital Photographers : Advanced Photoshop Elements 7 for Digital Photographers

By: Andrews, Philip.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (457 p.).ISBN: 9781136099182.Subject(s): Adobe Photoshop elements | Computer graphics | Image processing -- Digital techniques -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Image processing -- Digital techniques | Photography -- Digital techniquesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Advanced Photoshop Elements 7 for Digital Photographers : Advanced Photoshop Elements 7 for Digital PhotographersDDC classification: 006.686 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Introduction; 1 The Next Level; The comprehensive Photoshop Elements workflow; Elements basics; Basic Elements workflow; 2 Scanner and Camera Techniques; The basics - resolution; 2.01 How many pixels do I need?; The basics - color depth; 2.02 More colors equal better quality; Digital shooting technique; 2.03 Exposure compensation; Frame-by-frame control; 2.04 Contrast; 2.05 Color saturation; 2.06 Image sharpness; 2.07 White balance control; 2.08 Applying fine-tuning automatically; 2.09 Customizing your white balance
2.10 Shooting Raw for ultimate controlSo what is in a Raw file?; The Raw advantage; 2.11 Shooting workflows; 2.12 Scanning resolution - 'Know where you are going before you start the journey'; 2.13 Color depth; 2.14 Multi-sample; 2.15 Highlight and shadow capture; 2.16 Color cast correction; 2.17 Dust and scratches; 2.18 Noise Reduction technologies; 2.19 Color regeneration features; 2.20 Scanning workflow; Fixing common shooting problems; Fixing common scanning problems; 3 Processing Raw files; The Photoshop Elements approach to Raw processing; 3.01 Enabling your Raw camera
3.02 Modifying your capture workflow for Raw3.03 Using the Adobe Photo Downloader; 3.04 The Adobe Camera Raw interface; 3.05 The new Camera Calibration tab; 3.06 The raw conversion process; 3.07 Keeping ACR up to date; 3.08 Other Raw plug-ins; 4 Photo Organization and Management; Organizing your photos with Photoshop Elements; 4.01 Add picture details in-camera; 4.02 Organize photos while downloading; 4.03 Captioning; 4.04 Naming and renaming; 4.05 Tagging your photos; 4.06 Auto Face Tagging; 4.07 Albums and how to group photos; 4.08 Using Smart Albums
4.09 Synchronizing and Backing Up Albums4.10 Changing your view; 4.11 Locating files; Protecting your assets; 4.12 Creating a backup; 4.13 Versioning your edits; 4.14 Creating Image Stacks; 5 Pathways to Editing in Elements; Automatic editing; 5.01 Auto Smart Fix; 5.02 Auto Red Eye Fix; 5.03 Other auto options; Automating editing of several pictures at once; 5.04 Processing multiple files; 5.05 Multi-selection editing; 5.06 Bulk Red eye fixing; Semi-automatic editing; 5.07 Using the Quick Fix Editor; Semi-auto editing summary:; 5.08 Adjust Smart Fix; Manual editing
5.09 The Full Edit workspaceThree Editing Modes in Elements plus one Online; 5.10 Guided Edits; 5.11 Enhancing via Photoshop.com; Non Destructive editing, the professional's choice; 5.12 Adjustment Layers; 5.13 Select and adjust in one stroke; 5.14 'All Layers' tool options; 5.15 Blend Modes; 5.16 Layer Masking; 5.17 Duplicate layers; Giving Elements a helping hand; 5.18 Borrowing Photoshop features; 5.19 Advanced layer masks; 6 Image Changes - Beyond the Basics; Advanced selection techniques; 6.01 Adding to and subtracting from selections; 6.02 Using the Selection Brush
6.03 The Quick Selection Tool
Summary: This essential guide for intermediate/advanced photographers has now been fully updated for Elements 7. Bestselling author and Elements guru Philip Andrews turns his expansive knowledge to this powerful application, delivering, once again, a practical approach in a crystal-clear writing style. For the advanced Elements user, this book offers a standalone guide to advancing knowledge of the software. For those with a little less experience, it works seamlessly in conjunction with Philip's other Elements guide: ""Adobe Photoshop Ele
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Introduction; 1 The Next Level; The comprehensive Photoshop Elements workflow; Elements basics; Basic Elements workflow; 2 Scanner and Camera Techniques; The basics - resolution; 2.01 How many pixels do I need?; The basics - color depth; 2.02 More colors equal better quality; Digital shooting technique; 2.03 Exposure compensation; Frame-by-frame control; 2.04 Contrast; 2.05 Color saturation; 2.06 Image sharpness; 2.07 White balance control; 2.08 Applying fine-tuning automatically; 2.09 Customizing your white balance

2.10 Shooting Raw for ultimate controlSo what is in a Raw file?; The Raw advantage; 2.11 Shooting workflows; 2.12 Scanning resolution - 'Know where you are going before you start the journey'; 2.13 Color depth; 2.14 Multi-sample; 2.15 Highlight and shadow capture; 2.16 Color cast correction; 2.17 Dust and scratches; 2.18 Noise Reduction technologies; 2.19 Color regeneration features; 2.20 Scanning workflow; Fixing common shooting problems; Fixing common scanning problems; 3 Processing Raw files; The Photoshop Elements approach to Raw processing; 3.01 Enabling your Raw camera

3.02 Modifying your capture workflow for Raw3.03 Using the Adobe Photo Downloader; 3.04 The Adobe Camera Raw interface; 3.05 The new Camera Calibration tab; 3.06 The raw conversion process; 3.07 Keeping ACR up to date; 3.08 Other Raw plug-ins; 4 Photo Organization and Management; Organizing your photos with Photoshop Elements; 4.01 Add picture details in-camera; 4.02 Organize photos while downloading; 4.03 Captioning; 4.04 Naming and renaming; 4.05 Tagging your photos; 4.06 Auto Face Tagging; 4.07 Albums and how to group photos; 4.08 Using Smart Albums

4.09 Synchronizing and Backing Up Albums4.10 Changing your view; 4.11 Locating files; Protecting your assets; 4.12 Creating a backup; 4.13 Versioning your edits; 4.14 Creating Image Stacks; 5 Pathways to Editing in Elements; Automatic editing; 5.01 Auto Smart Fix; 5.02 Auto Red Eye Fix; 5.03 Other auto options; Automating editing of several pictures at once; 5.04 Processing multiple files; 5.05 Multi-selection editing; 5.06 Bulk Red eye fixing; Semi-automatic editing; 5.07 Using the Quick Fix Editor; Semi-auto editing summary:; 5.08 Adjust Smart Fix; Manual editing

5.09 The Full Edit workspaceThree Editing Modes in Elements plus one Online; 5.10 Guided Edits; 5.11 Enhancing via Photoshop.com; Non Destructive editing, the professional's choice; 5.12 Adjustment Layers; 5.13 Select and adjust in one stroke; 5.14 'All Layers' tool options; 5.15 Blend Modes; 5.16 Layer Masking; 5.17 Duplicate layers; Giving Elements a helping hand; 5.18 Borrowing Photoshop features; 5.19 Advanced layer masks; 6 Image Changes - Beyond the Basics; Advanced selection techniques; 6.01 Adding to and subtracting from selections; 6.02 Using the Selection Brush

6.03 The Quick Selection Tool

This essential guide for intermediate/advanced photographers has now been fully updated for Elements 7. Bestselling author and Elements guru Philip Andrews turns his expansive knowledge to this powerful application, delivering, once again, a practical approach in a crystal-clear writing style. For the advanced Elements user, this book offers a standalone guide to advancing knowledge of the software. For those with a little less experience, it works seamlessly in conjunction with Philip's other Elements guide: ""Adobe Photoshop Ele

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Philip Andrews has written extensively on digital photography, traditional photography, & multimedia for many magazines & newspapers, including "Amateur Photographer", "British Journal of Photography", Practical Photography", & "Digital Photo & Design". <p> (Bowker Author Biography)

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