Do you want
to be able to edit photographs on your computer like the experts
do without taking years to learn how?
you have some photoghaphs you want to fix? Get rid of "crows
feet" or wrinkles? Fix "red eye"? Make anyone look
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you ever tried to do some seemingly simple little thing on your
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up taking several hours? Haven't we all? Rather than spending countless
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not do it yourself?
will discover how EASY it is to use the "industry standard"
a color cast, resurrect old or faded photos and more powerfully
adjust the brightness and contrast.
rid of unwanted parts of a photo (retouching) like telephone wires
or skin blemishes.
photos inside of text and add special effects like drop shadow,
bevel and emboss, outer glow, etc.
rid of the “white box” around images for inserting
into PowerPoint® or desktop publishing programs.
photos directly into Photoshop®, crop and straighten photos
perfectly – first time, every time.
an entire web site from your digital camera (or scanned) images
vignettes (fade the edges) and much, much more!
main thrust of the book is to empower the brand spankin’ new
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having to know anything about the program. Just find what you want
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I could understand what was being said and I usually cuss, swear
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- Dianne Schwartz,
Author: Whose Face is in the Mirror?
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256 pages; Dimensions (in inches): 0.625 x 8 x 10
Smart Bait Publishing; 1st edition (September
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