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360 Imaging: The Photographer's Panoramic Virtual Reality Manual

Virtual reality is an area of photography that appeals to trendy web site designers and photographers who find the limitations of a wide-angle lens. This book covers all the options and calculations to help you stitch pictures together, edit sticthed pictures, create animation from stills and even print results. The format is funky, but I feel there's a lot of wasted space as there's not enough material to fill the allocated 172 pages. Pictures are used bigger than they need to be and text is sp...

Adobe Photoshop CS3 A-Z

This A-Z format was introduced by ePHOTOzine editor, Peter Bargh on Photoshop V5.5 and has since been expanded upon by Philip Andrews, a professional photographer, digital photography teacher, magazine editor and international author. The dictionary format makes it easy to quickly find items that you are struggling to get to grips with. Where Peter placed techniques along with the specific tool Philip brings a set of 28 concise step by steps to the front of the book enabling the A-Z aspect t...

Adobe Photoshop Elements

Elements is a cut down version of Photoshop but no less satisfying to use and although the interface has been designed for beginners theres still plenty that needs good explanation and thats what Philip Andrews intends to do with this 246 page book. Colour throughout the book is heavily illustrated some examples are overkill but many are excellent visual aids to areas of digital imaging that are often talked about but rarely illustrated such as artefacts that occur when an image is saved as a J...

Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0

An updated version of the popular Elements book has an extra 50 pages with some new illustrations and a self contained project section which was split through the book in the earlier version and badly laid out. It's colour throughout and heavily illustrated with toned down graphics compared with the original that we criticised. They are excellent visual aids and Philip does a great job of making things clear. The book covers the basics first and then guides you through more advanced stages as i...

Adobe Photoshop Elements 6: A Visual Introduction to Digital Photography

This guide is perfect for the beginner and is a great way for you to get started with Photoshop Elements. The chapters are well detailed and will take you through an introduction to Elements all the way through to more complicated and adventurous editing. Lessons are easy to follow and are split up by nice large headings which make the text easy to read. The Images used are not just decorative they also help demonstrate the techniques discussed in the book. The book also comes wi...

Adobe Photoshop Elements 7: A Visual Introduction to Digital Photography

The book takes a detailed and very close look at Adobe Photoshop Elements 7. The 446 pages are split into fifteen chapters all of which are written in great detail and are well illustrated. The layout is a little cramped but with the quantity of information you are given it's something you can easily cope with. The book isn't linear and you can easily flick to a chapter you wish to study and work at your own pace. The book is a great reference tool and will fit perfectly on the prof...

Advanced Photoshop Elements 7

Just shy of 450 pages, Advanced Photoshop Elements 7 for digital photographers is designed to take you past your current level of in-depth knowledge. This isn't a book for newcomers although some basics are touched on. Divided into fourteen chapters and covering everything from scanning images to photo restoration and improving workflow. Giant coloured tabs ensure you can browse if needed and the page is filled with screen shots, work flow illustrations and diagrams.

Advanced Photoshop Elements 7 for Digital Photographers

If you want a clear and well presented manual then take a look at this book. The chapters are detailed, colourful and very easy to read. The lessons are in-depth and teach you everything from the basics to more adventurous editing skills. The images are useful and help clarify the points the author is trying to make and they also make the book a little easier to read as they break the text up nicely. There are plenty of lessons to keep you busy and this is a book you will treat as tuto...

The Adobe Photoshop CS4 Dictionary: The A to Z desktop reference of Photoshop

When you first look at this book you may be a little confused over how the book actually works. But if you stick with it you'll find it's a really useful tool to have on your shelf. The book's written in alphabetical order so you can easily find a particular technique or lesson. Each topic has a summary which tells you where the feature can be found, what shortcuts work and which Photoshop has that feature. There's a colour tab system which will let you thumb-through the book quickly and...