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Paint Shop Pro Photo XI for Photographers

Paint Shop Pro Photo XI for Photographers

Literally stamped with the approval seal of Corel, this book is more than just a guide to the features of the software. So many books are aimed at only the introductory level, but this guide explores all the capabilities of Paint Shop Pro Photo XI for digital imaging.

Achieve professional results with this complete and easy-to-follow guide to Corel's Paint Shop Pro Photo XI. Packed with a wide variety of real life workflow projects, eye-catching visuals and numerous tips and tricks, Paint Shop Pro Photo XI for Photographers gives you all the skills you need to create outstanding images.

All the new features of Paint Shop Pro Photo XI are covered including Snapfire, Photo Organizer, Skin Smoother, Photo Time Machine and much more. Get the best from Camera Raw images, create high-quality web graphics and learn how to efficiently organize your ever-expanding collections of digital photographs!

If you are an amateur digital photographer, web or graphic designer, and want to get stunning results with Paint Shop Pro, this Corel recommended guide is for you!

'This book is ideal for you whether you are new or well versed in the world of mega pixels. Enjoy!'
Gage S. Lockhart, Technical Support Specialist, Corel Software Inc.

Praise for the previous edition:

"This beautifully illustrated book provides information and guidance on using Paint Shop Pro X from a photographer's perspective...Newcomers to Paint Shop should read the book in a linear manner, while others may wish to use the book more as a reference by sampling particular chapters...The book is very well written and organized." - HiTech Review, July/Aug. 2006

"If you have Paint Shop Pro and really want to use it to its fullest, you need this book. There are vert few quality books available for this program, and this one, published by Focal Press, is at the top of the list...This book is organized well by using color coded pages for easy access to the many chapters, quality images to illustrate technique instructions and results, and tutorials at the end of every chapter to put to use the information that was just explained." - Apogee Photo Magazine, August 2006

"If you're using Corel's Paint Shop Pro X for your digital darkroom work, you'll really appreciate this book...Beginners, as well as experienced, Paint Shop Pro X users will benefit from this well written, easy to understand book...Paint Shop Pro X for Photographers is well written, well organized and well illustrated, and that's more than enough to put it on your bookshelf." - Digital Photographer, Oct/Dec 2006

* Get the best from your digital images and improve your workflow with top techniques from a creative industry pro
* Gain the vital skills you need fast with step-by-step tutorials to help you learn every tool, feature and technique
* Be inspired by more than 1500 beautiful, color images throughout the book and available for download from the online gallery at

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Wasp Aerobics

Wasp Aerobics

I was trying to photograph some fly - which wasn't working when this wasp buzzed me and started jumping in on the scene. I wasn't interested, but the wasp was persistent. doing all sorts of weird things to muscle in on the scene. The fly obviously did what it was named for and flew off, it wasn't going to mess with a hard man of the insect world. I tried to follow, but the wasp kept following too, jumping on my photographic equipment to attract my attention. I would gently coax it off and put it in a bush somewhere, this kept repeating. Eventually I conceded, when someone is this persistent you've got to give them a chance. Unfortunately the fly didn't understand the thing about being a certain distance from the camera to have its photo taken, it thought that there was some strange osmosis of the image from the subject into the camera, so kept flying on to the equipment. Sigh - I kept moving it back into the scene by coaxing it onto my finger (it seemed to like the warmth) and placing it on a bush. This went on for some time and I got so many wasted shots with poor focus that I decided to take a shot of it one handed while it was on my finger. It is very difficult holding my heavy equipment one-handed so I was way out of focus, but I at least caught the fly doing its exercise. Here it is doing some kind of twist, throwing its "arms" around while twisting at the waist - quite good form, I think you'll agree.
This shot was another rescue from the bin...

I'm in UR hospitalZ, reading your dumped patient recordZ

I'm in UR hospitalZ, reading your dumped patient recordZ

Again, as per usual with NHS this hospital in stages of demo had the ocassional cupboard rammed with sensitive documentation.

Trying not to stoop to their level of confidentiality incompetance this pic was taken with an empty binder (to do with maintance I think), and not patients stuff, but you get the idea :/

photographic equipment uk

photographic equipment uk

Waters In Between: An Archive of a Marsh with Marginalia by Angelus Silesius and John Berger

The photographer Lukas Felzmann was fascinated by the very thing that some driving past would find boring, flat, and disconsolate: the vast Sacramento Valley, located just a hundred miles from San Francisco. Felzmann discovers with his camera the hidden charms of that seeming nonplace. For him, exploring a place means both walking around and lingering quietly, until the valley opens up like a book, with stories that cry out to be read and discovered. With his camera he traces how time, determined here by the growth of the plants, slows on the plane, and how the horizontality of the surface becomes a reassuring balance to the hectic city of millions nearby. The photographs show the diversity of the plane: the original landscape in its natural state, the large swaths put to agricultural use, the modern provincial towns, and the transitional areas in between. Photographs of water in all its facets run through the book, just as water runs through and forms a valley.

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