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The Photoshop Elements 6 Book for Digital Photographers

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Best-selling author Scott Kelby pairs up with Matt Kloskowski to deliver the definitive book on using Photoshop Elements 6 to create the best possible images. With this newest release of Photoshop Elements, Scott and Matt show readers how to work with their images like a pro, from importing to organization to correction to output. Readers will learn all they need to know about the digital photography workflow, as well as the latest secrets of the pros to help them create the best special effects, apply the most useful sharpening techniques, and avoid many of the hassles and problems that are encountered in digital photography (such as digital noise and color halos).

Table of Contents

  1. Copyright
    1. Dedication
  2. Acknowledgments (Scott)
  3. Acknowledgments (Matt)
  4. Other Books By Scott Kelby
  5. Other Books By Matt Kloskowski
  6. About the Authors
  7. The Quick Q&A You’re Going to Wish you Read First
  8. 1. Organized Chaos: Managing Photos Using the Organizer
    1. Importing Your Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
    2. Backing Up Your Photos on Disc
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    3. Importing Photos from Your Scanner
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    4. Automating the Importing of Photos by Using Watched Folders
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    5. Changing the Size of Your Photo Thumbnails
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    6. Seeing Full-Screen Previews
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    7. Sorting Photos by Date
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    8. Adding Scanned Photos? Enter the Right Time and Date
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    9. Finding Photos Fast by Their Month and Year
      1. Step One
    10. Tagging Your Photos (with Keyword Tags)
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    11. Tagging Multiple Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    12. Assigning Multiple Tags to One Photo
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    13. Tagging Images of People (Face Tagging)
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    14. Combining (Merging) Keyword Tags
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    15. Sharing Your Keyword Tags (or Albums) with Others
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    16. Albums: It’s How You Put Photos in Order One by One
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    17. Choosing Your Own Icons for Keyword Tags and Albums
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    18. Deleting Keyword Tags (or Albums)
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    19. Seeing Your Photo’s Metadata (EXIF Info)
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    20. Adding Your Own Info to Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    21. Finding Photos
      1. From the Timeline
      2. Using Keyword Tags
      3. By Date Ranges
      4. By Caption or Note
      5. By History
    22. Finding Photos Using the Date View
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    23. Seeing an Instant Slide Show
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    24. Comparing Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    25. Comparing Photos by Zooming and Panning
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    26. Reducing Clutter by Stacking Your Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    27. Putting Your Photos on the Map!
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
  9. 2. Raw Deal: Processing Your Images Using Camera Raw
    1. Getting RAW, JPEG, and TIFF Photos into Camera Raw
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    2. The Essential Adjustments: White Balance
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
    3. The Essential Adjustments #2: Exposure
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
      11. Step 11
    4. The Fix for Shadow Problems: Fill Light
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    5. Making Your Colors More Vibrant
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    6. Letting Camera Raw Auto Correct Your Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    7. Adding “Snap” to Your Images Using the Clarity Slider
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    8. Cropping and Straightening
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
    9. Editing Multiple Photos at Once
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    10. Saving RAW Files in Adobe’s Digital Negative (DNG) Format
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    11. Sharpening In Camera Raw
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
    12. Camera Raw’s Noise Reduction
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    13. Removing Red Eye in Camera Raw
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    14. The Trick for Expanding the Range of Your Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
    15. Black & White Conversions in Camera Raw
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
  10. 3. Resized: Resizing and Cropping Your Images
    1. Cropping Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    2. Cropping Using the “Rule of Thirds”
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    3. Auto-Cropping to Standard Sizes
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    4. Cropping to an Exact Custom Size
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    5. Cropping into a Shape
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    6. Cropping without the Crop Tool
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    7. Using the Crop Tool to Add More Canvas Area
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    8. Auto-Cropping Gang-Scanned Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    9. Straightening Photos with the Straighten Tool
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
    10. Straightening Crooked Photos
      1. Automated Straightening
        1. Step One (The Only One)
      2. Manual Straightening
        1. Step One
        2. Step Two
        3. Step Three
        4. Step Four
        5. Step Five
    11. Resizing Digital Camera Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
    12. Resizing and How to Reach Those Hidden Free Transform Handles
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    13. Making Your Photos Smaller (Downsizing)
      1. Downsizing photos where the resolution is already 300 ppi
      2. Making one photo smaller without shrinking the whole document
      3. Resizing problems when dragging between documents
    14. Rule-Breaking Resizing for Poster-Sized Prints
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    15. Automated Saving and Resizing
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
  11. 4. Color Me Badd: Color Correction for Photographers
    1. Before You Color Correct Anything, Do This First!
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    2. Photo Quick Fix
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
    3. Getting a Visual Readout (Histogram) of Your Corrections
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    4. Color Correcting Digital Camera Images
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
      11. Step 11
      12. Step 12
      13. Step 13
      14. Step 14
      15. Step 15
    5. Dave’s Amazing Trick for Finding a Neutral Gray
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    6. Studio Portrait Correction Made Simple
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    7. Drag-and-Drop Instant Color Correction
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    8. Adjusting Flesh Tones
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    9. Warming Up (or Cooling Down) a Photo
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    10. Color Correcting One Problem Area Fast!
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    11. Getting a Better Conversion from Color to Black and White
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
    12. Correcting Color and Contrast Using Color Curves
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
  12. 5. 99 Problems: Digital Camera Image Problems
    1. Removing Digital Noise
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    2. Focusing Light with Digital Dodging and Burning
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Alternate Technique
    3. Opening Up Shadow Areas That Are Too Dark
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    4. Fixing Areas That Are Too Bright
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    5. When Your Subject Is Too Dark
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    6. Fixing Under- or Overexposed Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
    7. Automatic Red-Eye Removal
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    8. Instant Red-Eye Removal
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    9. Fixing Problems Caused by Your Camera’s Lens
      1. Problem One
      2. Step One
      3. Step Two
      4. Step Three
      5. Problem Two
      6. Step One
      7. Step Two
      8. Problem Three
      9. Step One
      10. Step Two
    10. Fixing Color in Indoor Shots
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    11. Fixing Reflections in Glasses
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
    12. The Elements 6 Secret to Fixing Group Shots
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
  13. 6. The Mask: Selection Techniques
    1. Selecting Square, Rectangular, or Round Areas
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
      11. Step 11
    2. Saving Your Selections
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    3. How to Select Things That Aren’t Round, Square, or Rectangular
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
    4. Softening Those Harsh Edges
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    5. Selecting Areas by Their Color
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    6. Making Selections Using a Brush
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    7. Selecting Everything on a Layer at Once!
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    8. Getting Elements to Help You Make Tricky Selections
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    9. Easier Selections with the Quick Selection Tool
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    10. Removing People (or Objects) from Backgrounds
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
  14. 7. Faces: Retouching Portraits
    1. Quick Skin Tone Fix
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    2. Removing Blemishes
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    3. Lessening Freckles or Facial Acne
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
    4. Removing Dark Circles Under Eyes
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    5. Removing or Lessening Wrinkles
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    6. Whitening the Eyes
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    7. Making Eyes That Sparkle
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    8. Whitening and Brightening Teeth
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    9. Digital Nose Jobs Made Easy
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    10. Transforming a Frown into a Smile
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    11. Slimming and Trimming
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    12. Advanced Skin Softening
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
      11. Step 11
      12. Step 12
      13. Step 13
      14. Step 14
      15. Step 15
      16. Step 16
  15. 8. Take Me Away: Removing Unwanted Objects
    1. Cloning Away Unwanted Objects
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
    2. Removing Things in a Straight Line
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    3. Covering Unwanted Elements
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
    4. Removing Spots and Other Artifacts
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    5. Removing Distracting Objects (Healing Brush)
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
  16. 9. Special Delivery: Special Effects for Photographers
    1. Trendy High-Contrast Portrait Effect
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
    2. Converting to Black and White
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    3. Panoramas Made Crazy Easy
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    4. Creating Drama with a Soft Spotlight
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    5. Burned-In Edge Effect (Vignetting)
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    6. Using Color for Emphasis
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    7. Soft Focus Effect
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    8. Replacing the Sky
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    9. Neutral Density Gradient Filter
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
    10. Taming Your Light
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    11. Creating Photo Montages
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
    12. Scott’s Three-Step Portrait Finishing Technique
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
    13. Fake Duotone
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    14. Easier Retouching (and Collaging) Using the Clone Overlay
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
      11. Step 11
      12. Step 12
      13. Step 13
      14. Step 14
      15. Step 15
      16. Step 16
  17. 10. Sharp Dressed Man: Sharpening Techniques
    1. Basic Sharpening
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Sharpening Soft Subjects
      5. Sharpening Portraits
      6. Moderate Sharpening
      7. Maximum Sharpening
      8. All-Purpose Sharpening
      9. Web Sharpening
      10. Coming Up with Your Own Settings
        1. Amount
        2. Radius
        3. Threshold
    2. Creating Extraordinary Sharpening
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
    3. Luminosity Sharpening
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    4. Edge Sharpening Technique
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    5. Advanced Sharpening Using Adjust Sharpness
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
  18. 11. Best in Show: How to Show Your Work
    1. Watermarking and Adding Copyright Info
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
      11. Step 11
      12. Step 12
    2. Turning Your Signature into a Brush
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    3. Creating an Online Photo Gallery for Client Proofing
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
    4. Getting One 5×7″, Two 2.5×3.5″, and Four Wallet-Size Photos on One Print
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
    5. Using Picture Package Layouts with More Than One Photo
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    6. Creating a PDF Presentation for a Client
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
    7. How to Email Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    8. Fine Art Poster Layout
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
    9. Simple Three-Photo Balanced Layout
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
    10. Multi-Photo Look from Just One Photo
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
    11. Instant Pano Layout
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
      11. Step 11
      12. Step 12
      13. Step 13
  19. 12. Create (or Die): How to Make Presentations with Your Photos
    1. Creating with Your Photos
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
    2. Making Full-Blown Slide Shows
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
      11. Step 11
      12. Step 12
      13. Step 13
      14. Step 14
      15. Step 15
      16. Step 16
      17. Step 17
      18. Step 18
      19. Step 19
    3. Creating Postcards or Greeting Cards
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
    4. Creating Photo Book Pages
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
    5. Customizing Your Layouts with Just One Click
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    6. Creating Calendars
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
    7. Creating a CD or DVD Jacket, or a CD/DVD Label
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    8. Creating a Video CD
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
    9. Creating Your Own Photo Website
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
    10. Ordering Prints with Just One Click
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
    11. Creating Real, Usable Postage Stamps
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    12. Creating Your Own Custom Flipbook
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
  20. 13. Fit to Print: Step-By-Step Printing and Color Management
    1. Setting Up Your Color Management
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
    2. Calibrating Your Monitor (The Lame Built-In Freebie Method)
      1. Freebie Calibration
      2. Step One (PC)
      3. Step Two (PC)
      4. Step Three (PC)
      5. Step Four (PC)
      6. Step One (Mac)
      7. Step Two (Mac)
      8. Step Three (Mac)
      9. Step Four (Mac)
      10. Step Five (Mac)
      11. Step Six (Mac)
    3. The Right Way to Calibrate Your Monitor (Hardware Calibration)
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
    4. The Other Secret to Getting Pro-Quality Prints That Match Your Screen
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
    5. Making the Print
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
      9. Step Nine
      10. Step 10
      11. Step 11
    6. My Elements 6 Workflow From Start to Finish
      1. Step One
      2. Step Two
      3. Step Three
      4. Step Four
      5. Step Five
      6. Step Six
      7. Step Seven
      8. Step Eight
  21. Appendix
    1. Colophon
    2. Additional Resources
      1. Scott Kelby
      2. Matt Kloskowski
      3. Online Training
      4. National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP)
      5. Photoshop World Conference & Expo
      6. Adobe® Photoshop® Seminar Tour
        1. Adobe® Photoshop® Elements Techniques Newsletter
      7. Photoshop® Elements Online Forums
      8. PlanetPhotoshop.com
        1. Layers magazine