The Next Level; Scanner and Camera Techniques; Prcoessing RAW
files; Photo Organization and Management; Pathways to Editing in
Elements; Image Changes -Beyond the Basics;
Darkroom Techniques on the Desktop; Professional Retouching; Photo Restoration; Making Better Panoramas; Extending Your Web Abilities; Free Form Photo Collages; Finely Crafted Output;
Philip Andrews is Adobe Australia's official Photoshop and Elements Ambassador. He is an experienced photographer, author, magazine editor and online course creator. He was previously a lecturer at the Queensland School of Printing and Graphic Arts, Australia and Nescot, England. He is a beta tester for Photoshop, an alpha tester for Photoshop Elements and a Photoshop specialist demonstrator for Adobe Australia. Contributing numerous articles and videos to AdobeTV and the inspirational browser, Philip is a leading source in adobe information and instruction. Philip is also co-founder of photo-college.com an online photography training college. He's a regular contributor to several magazines including Shutterbug, Amateur Photographer, Australian Photography and Better Photography, he is senior contributing editor for Better Digital, columnist for What Digital Camera and Co-editor and publisher of Better Photoshop Techniques magazine.
Amazon quotes for previous editions:
"... a compellingly written exploration of the advanced techniques that can be accomplished with Photoshop Elements."
-Mike Leavy, Engineering Manager for Photoshop Elements, Adobe
"This book is detailed, comprehensive and inspirational, making it the perfect accessory for those who've recently invested in the fifth instalment of the Elements program"
-What Digital Camera April 07
"Philip's friendly style makes learning Photoshop Elements a breeze. This book gives you everything you need to feel like a digital pro in no time at all."
-Richard Coencas, Photoshop Elements Quality Engineer Lead, Adobe Systems
"With Philip as your guide, youll be using Elements like a pro and making great images in no time."
-Nigel Atherton, Chief Editor, What Digital Camera and Better Digital Photography