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Photoshop Elements 3 Down & Dirty Tricks

Written By: Scott Kelby
  • ID Book : 0132933136
  • Publisher : Peachpit Press
  • Number of Pages : 614
  • Genre : Computers
  • Reads : 127
  • Supported Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • eFile : photoshop-elements-3-down-dirty-tricks.pdf

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He's back! Adobe's already-powerful imaging editing software has just grown a whole lot more powerful, and best-selling author Scott Kelby (editor of Photoshop User magazine) has returned to unlock even more of its secrets. Using step-by-step instructions and nearly 700 full-color images, Scott reveals precisely how to achieve some of Photoshop Element 3's most closely guarded special effects. By the end of the volume you'll have learned more than 300 new techniques for using Adobe's affordable consumer-level software. Packed with creative ideas, layouts, and design techniques, the volume does more than just rehash masking, pixels, and file formats and resolution: It provides you with the Elements chops you need to unleash your own creativity.

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