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Photoshop Elements is the cut-down, lower-price version of Adobe's powerful Photoshop software, and, like Photoshop, it's not just intended for tweaking and retouching those less than perfect photographs-it has huge creative potential, too.
How to Cheat in Photoshop Elements 8 is the Elements equivalent to Steve Caplin's How to Cheat in Photoshop-a fun, quirky and inspiring guide, packed with tips, tricks and effects that reveal the power of Elements for design-oriented image manipulation and photomontage. With more than 80 step-by-step projects on page spreads showing the before and after, and all stages in between, this is a practical guide to stir the imagination.
QuickTime movie tutorials and images for all projects in the book are included on the accompanying CD-ROM, with additional support and an active reader forum on the website for the book: www.howtocheatinphotoshopelements.com.
* Fun and creative, with more than 80 full colour, step-by-step projects, supported by QuickTime movie tutorials and image files
* In-depth coverage of photomontage and image manipulation not seen elsewhere-most Elements books focus on the essentials for photography post-capture editing
* Part of the successful Focal Press How to Cheat in. series, featuring Steve Caplin's best-selling How to Cheat in Photoshop titles