Photoshop Elements 7: The Missing Manual: The Missing Manual by Barbara BrundagePhotoshop Elements 7: The Missing Manual: The Missing Manual by Barbara Brundage

Photoshop Elements 7: The Missing Manual: The Missing Manual

byBarbara Brundage

Paperback | October 13, 2008

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Photoshop Elements 7 includes lots of new tools for sprucing up your photos, like the Scene Cleaner that lets you get rid of unwanted elements and the Smart Brush that makes touch-ups a breeze. But the one thing you won't find in Elements is reader-friendly guidance on how to get the most out of this powerful program. EnterPhotoshop Elements 7: The Missing Manual, ready to explain not onlyhowthe tools and commands work, butwhento use them.

With this bestselling book (now in its 5th edition), you'll learn everything from the basics of loading photos into Elements to the new online photo-sharing and storage service that Adobe's offering (for free!) at Photoshop.com. There's so much to Elements 7 that knowing what to do -- and when to do it -- is tricky. That's why this book carefully explains all the tools and options by putting each one into a clear, easy-to-understand context.

  • Learn to import, organize, and fix photosquickly and easily
  • Repair and restore old and damaged photos, and retouch any image
  • Jazz up your pictureswith dozens of filters, frames, and special effects
  • Learn which tools the pros use-- you'll finally understand how layers work!
  • Create collages and photo layout pagesfor scrapbooks and other projects
  • Fix your photos onlineand synch the changes to your own photo library

As always, author Barbara Brundage lets you know which features work well, which don't, and why -- all with a bit of wit and good humor. Dive into Adobe's outstanding photo editor and find out why this Missing Manual is the bestselling book on the topic.

Barbara Brundage is the author of Photoshop Elements 6: The Missing Manual, and Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac: The Missing Manual, an Adobe Community Expert, and a member of Adobe's prerelease groups for Elements 3, 4, 5, and 6. She's been teaching people how to use Photoshop Elements since it first came out in 2001. Barbara first start...
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Title:Photoshop Elements 7: The Missing Manual: The Missing ManualFormat:PaperbackDimensions:592 pages, 9.19 × 7 × 1.36 inPublished:October 13, 2008Publisher:O'Reilly MediaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0596521332

ISBN - 13:9780596521332

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Table of Contents

The Missing Credits; About the Author; About the Creative Team; Acknowledgements; The Missing Manual Series; Introduction; Why Photoshop Elements?; What You Can Do with Elements 7; What's New in Elements 7; If You Have a Mac; Elements vs. Photoshop; The Key to Learning Elements; About This Book; Part I: Introductory Elements; Chapter 1: Finding Your Way Around Elements; 1.1 The Welcome Screen; 1.2 Organizing Your Photos; 1.3 Photoshop.com; 1.4 Editing Your Photos; 1.5 Getting Started in a Hurry; Chapter 2: Importing, Managing, and Saving Your Photos; 2.1 Importing from Cameras; 2.2 Opening Stored Images; 2.3 Scanning Photos; 2.4 Capturing Video Frames; 2.5 Creating a New File; 2.6 Using the Organizer; 2.7 Searching for Photos; 2.8 Saving Your Work; 2.9 Backing Up Your Files; Chapter 3: Rotating and Resizing Your Photos; 3.1 Straightening Scanned Photos; 3.2 Rotating Your Images; 3.3 Straightening the Contents of Your Image; 3.4 Cropping Pictures; 3.5 Zooming and Repositioning Your View; 3.6 Changing the Size of Your Image; Chapter 4: The Quick Fix; 4.1 The Quick Fix Window; 4.2 Editing Your Photos; 4.3 Adjusting Skin Tones; Part II: Elemental Elements; Chapter 5: Making Selections; 5.1 Selecting Everything; 5.2 Selecting Rectangular and Elliptical Areas; 5.3 Selecting Irregularly Sized Areas; 5.4 Selecting with a Brush; 5.5 Removing Objects from an Image's Background; 5.6 Changing and Moving Selections; Chapter 6: Layers: The Heart of Elements; 6.1 Understanding Layers; 6.2 Creating Layers; 6.3 Managing Layers; 6.4 Adjustment and Fill Layers; 6.5 Moving Objects Between Images; Part III: Retouching; Chapter 7: Basic Image Retouching; 7.1 Fixing Exposure Problems; 7.2 Controlling the Colors You See; 7.3 Using Levels; 7.4 Removing Unwanted Color; 7.5 Choosing the Color You Want; 7.6 Sharpening Your Images; Chapter 8: Elements for Digital Photographers; 8.1 The Raw Converter; 8.2 Photo Filter; 8.3 Processing Multiple Files; Chapter 9: Retouching: Fine-Tuning Your Images; 9.1 Fixing Blemishes; 9.2 Applying Patterns; 9.3 Color Curves: Enhancing Tone and Contrast; 9.4 Making Your Colors More Vibrant; 9.5 Changing the Color of an Object; 9.6 Special Effects; Chapter 10: Removing and Adding Color; 10.1 Method One: Making Color Photos Black and White; 10.2 Method Two: Removing Color from a Photo; 10.3 Creating Spot Color; 10.4 Colorizing a Black-and-White Photo; Chapter 11: Photomerge: Creating Panoramas, Group Shots, and More; 11.1 Creating Panoramas; 11.2 Merging Different Faces; 11.3 Arranging a Group Shot; 11.4 Tidying Up with Scene Cleaner; 11.5 Correcting Lens Distortion; 11.6 Transforming Images; Part IV: Artistic Elements; Chapter 12: Drawing with Brushes, Shapes, and Other Tools; 12.1 Picking and Using a Basic Brush; 12.2 The Specialty Brushes; 12.3 The Impressionist Brush; 12.4 The Pencil Tool; 12.5 The Paint Bucket; 12.6 Dodging and Burning; 12.7 Blending and Smudging; 12.8 The Eraser Tool; 12.9 Drawing with Shapes; 12.10 The Cookie Cutter; Chapter 13: Filters, Effects, Layer Styles, and Gradients; 13.1 Using Filters; 13.2 Adding Effects; 13.3 Adding Layer Styles; 13.4 Applying Gradients; 13.5 Gradient Maps; Chapter 14: Type in Elements; 14.1 Adding Type to an Image; 14.2 Warping Type; 14.3 Adding Special Effects; 14.4 Type Masks: Setting an Image in Type; Part V: Sharing Your Images; Chapter 15: Creating Projects; 15.1 Photo Collages; 15.2 Working with the Content and Favorites Palettes; 15.3 Photo Books; 15.4 Greeting Cards; 15.5 CD/DVD Jacket; 15.6 CD/DVD Label; 15.7 Online Creations; Chapter 16: Printing Your Photos; 16.1 Getting Ready to Print; 16.2 Ordering Prints; 16.3 Printing at Home (from the Editor); 16.4 Printing at Home (from the Organizer); 16.5 Printing Multiple Photos; Chapter 17: Email and the Web; 17.1 Image Formats and the Web; 17.2 Saving Images for the Web or Email; 17.3 Creating Animated GIFs; 17.4 Emailing Your Photos; Chapter 18: Online Albums and Slideshows; 18.1 Online Albums; 18.2 Other Ways to Share; 18.3 Slideshows; 18.4 Flipbooks; 18.5 Sharing Photos with Yahoo Maps; Part VI: Additional Elements; Chapter 19: Beyond the Basics; 19.1 Graphics Tablets; 19.2 Free Stuff from the Internet; 19.3 When You Really Need Photoshop; 19.4 Beyond This Book; Part VII: Appendixes; The Organizer, Menu by Menu; System Menu; Welcome Menu; File Menu; Edit Menu; Find Menu; View Menu; Window Menu; Help Menu; Welcome Button; Undo; Redo; Display Menu; Editor Menu; The Editor, Menu by Menu; System Menu; Welcome Screen; File Menu; Edit Menu; Image Menu; Enhance Menu; Layer Menu; Select Menu; Filter Menu; View Menu; Window Menu; Help Menu; Welcome Button; Undo; Redo; Organizer; Installation and Troubleshooting; Installing Elements; Installing Elements; Registration; Scratch Disks; Troubleshooting; Colophon;