The Photoshop Elements Book for Digital Photographers by Scott Kelby: a short review

A book full of useful hints about using Photoshop Elements. The book’s organized for reference–this is how to fix [whatever] problem–without a lot of explanation about why the tricks work. This is useful if you find yourself stymied by a problem with a particular photograph; it’s less useful for other purposes.

Kelby’s prone to cute jokes, which is occasionally annoying; most of that can be avoided just by ignoring the chapter introductions. But the material’s useful and presented well.


This short review was originally published on LibraryThing.

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