1Digital Image-making: The Basics Digital Image-making: The Basics
2 Simple Picture Manipulation: Improving Your Digital Photos
3 Simple Picture Manipulation: Moving Past the Basics
4 Controlling Change: Using Selections
5 Combining Images: Working with Layers and Layer Masks
6 Using Text: Understanding Vector Graphics
7 Manipulating Images: Creating Special Effects
8 Print Preparation
9 Working with the Web: Optimizing and Uploading Images
10 Snapfire and Photo Album: Organizing Your Pictures
Appendix 1: Jargon Buster
Appendix 2: Keyboard Shortcuts
PROPOSED REVISION PLAN:
Aside from updating material related to the software updates, Ken has a major revision in mind, including completely rewriting two chapters. Ken took over authoring this series of books and one of his goals is to rewrite as much of the content as possible in his voice and from his point-of-view. Ken is also planning on increasing the number of projects available at the end of each chapter (so that each chapter has at least three projects associated with it) adding approximately 25 more pages of hands-on, real life tutorials. Lastly, the design team is working to create an updated interior design template to be used with this series.
Ken McMahon runs Pelican Graphics, a digital design consultancy specializing in design and artwork production for print media and the web. He is also a freelance journalist, writing for PCWorld, Mac User and PC Pro in the UK, and a best-selling author.
"This is the best book on Paint Shop Pro - period."
Dave Huss, photographer, contributing editor for Photoshop User magazine, author of Paint Shop Pro books.