If you're like many users, you may have a digital camera, plenty of
snapshots, and a copy of Photoshop Elements, Adobe's consumer-level image
editing software. But as anyone who's just come back from vacation with
hundreds of digital photos knows, getting all those photos printed and
organized is another matter altogether. Many users find that printing photos
on a home printer and assembling them into a traditional photo album can be
a tedious and painstaking chore.
With Adobe Photoshop Elements for Windows, all this has changed. Using this
software, you can easily organize your digital photos into an album and then
order a hardcover, professionally bound book printed from your album pages.
Best-selling author Katherine Ulrich cuts straight to the chase in this
compact, low-priced volume, using simple project-based instruction and big,
colorful screen shots to guide you through the process of assembling your
digital photos into an album using Photoshop Elements for Windows. By
focusing on a single goal (organizing your photos into an album) rather than
exploring every option and feature of the software, Katherine demonstrates
the quickest, easiest, smartest route to photographic success. Each short
builds on the last as you learn how to import photos from your
digital camera to your PC, add captions and notes, fix image flaws, position
your photos, create albums, choose your styles, fine-tune your layouts, and
order your stunning book of photos online (or print your own).
This book's friendly, colorful layout and ultra-affordable price makes it
ideal for anyone who wants to quickly learn how to create beautiful, printed
photo books to share with family and friends.