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Adobe Photoshop Elements for Photographers iPad App

Learn and master Photoshop Elements with this groundbreaking app that uses cutting-edge Push-to-Elements technology.

Watch tutorial steps take place right in your copy of Elements!

Available on the App Store

  • FREE to download
  • 1st module is free!
    • Theory & Practice – Covering topics such as covers topics such as retouching, creating a photo book, and adjusting brightness, contrast, and color.
  • $2.99 / £1.99 per module
  • $29.99 / £19.99 to purchase the complete set of modules

Instructions for Connecting your iPad to your Photoshop Elements


About the App:

Since Photoshop Elements was released in 2001, Focal Press and Philip Andrews have been publishing best-selling books about how to get the most out of this powerful software. Now we've created a new way of learning the ins and outs of Elements the best way possible: By watching tutorial steps take place right in your copy of Elements. With this groundbreaking app, you are not simply viewing a video of someone taking the steps, you are watching the steps being taken directly in Elements. It's the closest you'll get to an expert walking you through each tip, trick and technique. This cutting-edge Push-to-Elements technology, combined with Philip Andrews' celebrated book on Photoshop Elements, provides the most engaging learning experience available. Using a blend of high-quality images, instructive videos and text explanations, and interactive step-by-step tutorials, this essential guide will show you everything you need to know to get the most out of your images using Elements. From the basics of camera techniques and importing images, through to the complexities of working with RAW files and retouching, this multimedia package covers the functions and features of Elements like never before.

About Philip Andrews:

Philip Andrews is Adobe Australia's official Photoshop and Elements Ambassador. He is an experienced photographer, author, magazine editor and online course creator. He was previously a lecturer at the Queensland School of Printing and Graphic Arts, Australia and Nescot, England. He is a beta tester for Photoshop, an alpha tester for Photoshop Elements and a Photoshop specialist demonstrator for Adobe Australia. Philip is also co-founder of photo-college.com, an online photography training college. He's a regular contributor to several magazines including Shutterbug, Amateur Photographer, Australian Photography and Better Photography, and is senior contributing editor for Better Digital, columnist for What Digital Camera, and co-editor and publisher of Better Photoshop Techniques magazine.

Table of Contents:

Introduction:
  • App Details
  • Welcome
  • App Features
  • Connection Instructions
  • Related Publications
Photoshop Elements Preferences:
  • Organizer Preferences
  • Editor Preferences
  • Color Settings
Theory into Practice:
  • Introduction
  • Connection Instructions
  • 01 Capturing Source Files
  • 02 Importing, Tagging, and Creating
  • 03 Crop, Straighten, Trim
  • 04 Brightness, Contrast, Color
  • 05 Removing Background
  • 06 Restore and Retouch
  • 07 Convert to Gray and Tint
  • 08 Creating a Photo Book
  • 09 Add Extra Elements and Fine-tune
  • 10 Output to Print
What is new in Photoshop Elements 12:

New and Improved features for Photoshop Elements 12

What is new in Photoshop Elements 11:

New and Improved features for Photoshop Elements 11

What is new in Photoshop Elements 10:

New and Improved features for Photoshop Elements 10

01 Beyond the Basics 1
  • Introduction
  • Connection Instructions
  • 01 Precise Control of Selection Size
  • 02 Painting Masks with the Selection Brush
  • 03 A More Sophisticated Approach to Black and White Conversions
  • 04 Using Selections to Change Tone
  • 05 Creating Frames with Frame Layers
02 Beyond the Basics 2
  • Introduction
  • Connection Instructions
  • 01 The Gradient Map-Based Black and White Conversions
  • 02 Paint on Dodging and Burning-In
  • 03 Select and Tone
  • 04 Layer Mask and Gradient Map
  • 05 Non-Destructive Textures
03 Digital Darkroom Techniques 1
  • Introduction
  • Connection Instructions
  • 01 Diffusion Printing
  • 02 Instant film Transfer Effect
  • 03 Using the Un-sharp Mask Filter to Add Contrast
  • 04 Add Emphasis with Saturation
  • 05 Digital Hand Coloring
04 Digital Darkroom Techniques 2
  • Introduction
  • Connection Instructions
  • 01 Color Variations Based Split Toning
  • 02 Lith Printing Technique
  • 03 Correcting Perspective Problems
  • 04 Cross-processing Effects
  • 05 Producing High-key Pictures
05 Photo Restoration
  • Introduction
  • Connection Instructions
  • 01 Restoration Basics
  • 02 Dust and Scratches be Gone
  • 03 Adjusting Shadow Tones
  • 04 Recreating Missing Content
  • 05 Removing Stains
06 Pro Retouching
  • Introduction
  • Connection Instructions
  • 01 Adding a Dreamy Effect
  • 02 Softening Freckles
  • 03 Eliminating Blemishes
  • 04 Removing the Red
  • 05 Tone Down Skin Highlights and Shadows
  • 06 Retouching Non-destructively
07 Shooting Better Panoramas
  • Introduction
  • 01 Positioning the Camera
  • 02 Camera Support
  • 03 Exposure
  • 04 Focus and Zoom
  • 05 Depth of Field
  • 06 White Balance
  • 07 Timing
  • 08 Ensuring Consistent Overlap
08 Camera Techniques
  • Introduction
  • 01 Digital Shooting Technique
  • 02 Exposure Compensation
  • 03 Contrast
  • 04 Color Saturation
  • 05 Image Sharpness
  • 06 White Balance Control
09 Scanner Techniques
  • 01 The Basics – Resolution
  • 02 How Many Pixels Do I Need
  • 03 Color Depth
  • 04 Film and Print Scanners
  • 05 Scanning Resolution
  • 06 Color Depth
  • 07 Dust and Scratches
  • 08 Color Cast Correction
10 Extending the Power of Elements
  • 01 Introduction
  • 02 The Workspace
  • 03 Library Module
  • 04 Develop Module
  • 05 Map Module
  • 06 Book Module
  • 07 Slideshow Module
  • 08 Print Module
  • 09 Web Module
  • 10 Using Elements to Edit Lightroom Managed Images