Now in its sixth edition, Adobe Elements has long been providing an alternative to laying out a small fortune on the full Photoshop package, to get the most out of your images...
Title: Adobe Photoshop Elements 6: A Visual Introduction To Digital Photography
Author: Philip Andrews
Publisher: Focal Press
Review: Now in its sixth edition, Adobe Elements has long been providing an alternative to laying out a small fortune on the full Photoshop package, to get the most out of your images. While Elements was once viewed as a poor man’s version of the full package, it has now evolved to the stage where it is a fantastic alternative to the full version of the software. Much like the software itself, WDC’s very own Philip Andrews’s guide to Elements is now in its sixth edition. The series is held in high regard within the Photoshop community, with a praising foreword from Adobe themselves. The Visual Introduction… crams as much information about Elements into its 414 pages as is literarily possible, with no stone unturned in the pursuit of post-production perfection. Whether you’re new to digital photography or just feel that you need a guiding hand to the software, then look no further than this fantastic guide. 93% Paperback: 424 pages Product Dimensions: 24.1 x 19 x 3.3 cm