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Complete Reference Photoshop 7

Untitled Document A typical computer style manual that's 730+ pages make it heavy to hold and there's a complete absence of colour. The information however is thorough with the following covered: Part I: Getting to Know Photoshop 1: Getting to Know Photoshop: What It Does Best and What's New in Photoshop 7 2: Understanding the Photoshop Interface 3: Customizing Photoshop's Preferences 4: Importing Existing Images Part II: Editing and Retouching Images ...

Complete Reference Photoshop Elements 2

Like the Complete Photoshop book this is a heavy 768 page reference guide, showing that A) it's potentially going to be thorough and b) Elements is actually one heluva program if it needs a book this thick to cover it. To help you wade through the book it's split into five sections each with loads of sub headings. The sections are: Part I: Photoshop Elements Orientation Part II: Managing the Digital Darkroom Workflow Part III: Adding Special Effects to Your Images Part IV: Preparing Your Pho...

How to Do Everything with Your Digital Camera 2nd Edition

Five sections, 16 chapters and over 400 pages are provided to help you understand digital cameras and make the most of their features. It explains how you compose photos, use flash, understand exposure, take close ups and much more. Then it leads on to how to get the photos into your PC and edit them. Being in black & white it's not the most inspiring looking book but the info is worthy of a look.