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Photoshop Elements 11 All-in-One For Dummies by Ted Padova, Barbara Obermeier

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Chapter 4: Working with iHardware

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check.png Getting photos from handheld devices

check.png Uploading images to handheld devices

check.png Reading PDFs on the iPhone or iPad

check.png Creating slide shows and videos for iPhone and iPad

Photo-editing programs, such as Adobe Photoshop Elements and Adobe Photoshop, were originally designed for serving the needs of amateur and professional photographers for print output. Throughout the past decade, a lot of people have shifted creative desires increasingly more from print to screen output. With a host of service providers, such as Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, and YouTube, people are sharing photos and videos onscreen with the world.

Additionally, input devices have expanded. Serious photographers are still using digital cameras of assorted varieties, but increasing numbers of amateurs are pulling cell phones from their pockets to capture a moment. In addition, the display mechanism for showing off photos from local and online services is changing from desktop and laptop computers to cell phones and other handheld devices.

Naturally, Adobe Engineering is interested ...

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