PaintShop Pro Killer Tips: Tips, Tricks, Secrets and Shortcuts from a PSP Professional
See 50 great tips, tricks, recipes and little secrets from my 20 years as a PSP user.
In this book I am going to try and show 50 great tips, tricks, recipes and little secrets that I have learnt over my 20 years of using the various versions of Paint Shop Pro, all the way back from its very earliest days from JASC through to the latest Corel versions.
Whether you are a scrapbooker, a web designer, a photographer I've got a little bit of everything for you here.
What you will learn:
These tips are (nearly) all quick and simple and provide terrific little tricks you can use over and over again on your work.
I first started using PSP in the early 90's, initially creating web graphics. I started this before anyone really knew what the web was and a small community of JASC PSP users were creating all sorts of wonderful images with a minimal set of tools. I'm not going to give you a tedious history of PSP, but there were days when there were few special effects, no layers, no deform tools and you had to hand-crank every little look.
Nowadays there is a lot of integrated power in PaintShop Pro, but I still use these little tricks day in and day out.
This guide is broken down into:
Consider each of the items as little recipes you can drop into any image work you do at any time.
None of the items in here require an advanced knowledge of PaintShop, and wherever possible I will give you shortcut commands so you can work faster.
What I'm not going to do is bore you with all the things you can easily learn from the manuals, help system and videos, that would just get in the way of getting to meat of the recipes.
Includes FREE PDF DOWNLOAD link
A link to a free PDF version is included in the book for those that don't always have a Kindle reader with them, or would prefer the better formatting of a PDF book.
About the author:
Simon Q. Walden is an award winning photographer, presenter and author. His books have been bestsellers on Amazon. He regular teaches students all round the world including for the Royal Photographic Society. He runs a commercial studio in Cheltenham, England