Saturday, November 24, 2012

The Photoshop Elements 11 Book for Digital Photographers

Have you got a copy of Photoshop Elements 11 (as little as $54.95 at B&H) instead of Photoshop and have been wishing there were some great books on how to use it? I’ve got my Which books should I read? article for photography and What Photoshop books should I read? for Photoshop, but nowhere do I ever mention anything about books for elements. Now that’s changed because my favorite photography book author, Scott Kelby, has brought his successful formula for writing books that people actually understand to Photoshop Elements. Well, truth be told he’s been doing it for a while but I never saw any of his past books and when I got this one from the publisher I thought – sweet, this is actually pretty good!

So, if you are one of the many who already know about these then this is just an update that he’s got a new version out and it seems great. If you haven’t heard of it, and own elements then this is definitely a book you’ll want to pick up. Scott’s famous for showing you how to get results right away, and that’s the case in this book.

Click here to buy it now on Amazon.

Hate reading and prefer videos? Then check out my review of Kelby Training and use the special discount coupon code that I have to save on the best online training on the planet.


If you make a purchase using links found in this article, I may make a commission. I was provided an unsolicited copy of this book from the publisher and thumbed through it before publishing this announcement. This is not a review, but I do like what I see and have read enough Kelby books to feel comfortable to recommend it.

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