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Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 Maximum Performance: Unleash the hidden performance of Elements

If you already work with Elements and you want to further your knowledge then this is a really good guide to have. The book has several projects where the author explains how they are achieved in detail so you can do it yourself. The text is written in a very clear and concise way and the images used are appropriate, large and clear. If you need more than the book offers you can turn your attention to the DVD that accompanies the book. The DVD offers detailed explanations and video tuto...

Essential Skills Digital Imaging

A quick flick through in the book shop and youd probably put this book straight back on the shelf - very few colour images and what appears to be a lack of tutorial info. Look a little closer and youll start to see fantastic selection of useful stuff - right from calibrating your system to effective ways of removing dust and scratches using Photoshop. The book leans towards users of Photoshop, but theres nuggets of info for anyone wanting to grasp digital imaging. And grasp is the key each chap...

Photography Foundations for Art and Design

This book, written by the senior lecturer in photography at Australia's Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, is a superb book to use when you want to learn about photography. Each chapter explains what it's going to cover in aims and objectives panels and then takes you through the section with several activities and assignments to fire your enthusiasm. The only down side if working alone is there's no one to judge your work but it's still enough to get you shooting things you may never have...